in Sunderland of England, United Kingdom
- Newcastle Airport (15 mi)
- Durham Tees Valley Airport (27 mi)
- Carlisle Airport (57 mi)
- RAF Linton-On-Ouse (59 mi)
- Leeds Bradford Airport (73 mi)
- Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport (100 mi)
- Humberside Airport (101 mi)
- Manchester Airport (113 mi)
- Manchester Woodford Airport (113 mi)
- East Midlands Airport (143 mi)
- Frontiers of the Roman Empire (Unesco heritage, 6 mi)
- Durham Castle and Cathedral (Unesco heritage, 39 mi)
- New Lanark (Unesco heritage, 62 mi)
- Studley Royal Park including the Ruins of Fountains Abbey (Unesco heritage, 67 mi)
- Saltaire (Unesco heritage, 87 mi)
- Old and New Towns of Edinburgh (Unesco heritage, 91 mi)
- Liverpool – Maritime Mercantile City (Unesco heritage, 105 mi)
- George Washington Golf And Country Club (Golf course, 6 mi)
- Heworth Golf Club (Golf course, 6 mi)
- Brancepeth Castle Golf Club (Golf course, 16 mi)
- Burgham Park Golf & Leisure Club (Golf course, 22 mi)
- Gubeon Golf Club (Golf course, 22 mi)
- Longhirst Hall Golf Club (Golf course, 22 mi)
- Cleveland Golf Club (Golf course, 24 mi)
- Hartlepool Marina (marina, (16 mi)
- Watch House (built 1879) aka The Lookout (observation point, (9 mi)
- Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
- 54.905 and -1.382 (Lat./Lng.)
- Coordinates by Time:
- N 54° 54' 16" and W -1° 22' 55"
- Currency and Currency Code:
- Pound - GBP
- Spoken languages:
- English, Welsh, Scottish Gaelic
- Local electricity:
- 230 V - 50 Hz (plugs: G)
- Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
- 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 3G, 4G
- Local Time: 08:39 AM (Sunday)
- Timezone: Europe/London
- UTC/GMT offset: 0 hours
- Sunrise and Sunset:
- 5:47 am and 8:21 pm
- Antipode Coordinates:
- -45.817 and 170.717 (Lat./Lng.)
- Closest place to antipode coordinates:
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Sunderland in Sunderland (England) with it's 335,415 inhabitants is a city in United Kingdom about 240 mi (or 387 km) north of London, the country's capital.
Local time in Sunderland is now 08:39 AM (Sunday). The local timezone is named Europe / London with an UTC offset of one hour. We know of 10 airports in the vicinity of Sunderland, of which 5 are larger airports. The closest airport in United Kingdom is Newcastle Airport in a distance of 15 mi (or 25 km), North-West. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available (check left side).
There are several Unesco world heritage sites nearby. The closest heritage site is Frontiers of the Roman Empire in Germany at a distance of 6 mi (or 10 km). The closest in United Kingdom is Durham Castle and Cathedral in a distance of 39 mi (or 10 km), North. Also, if you like golfing, there are multiple options in driving distance. We found 2 points of interest in the vicinity of this place. If you need a place to sleep, we compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre further down the page.
Depending on your travel schedule, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Murton, South Shields, Hawthorn, Shotton and Haswell. To further explore this place, just scroll down and browse the available info. Let's start with some photos from the area.
Hotels and Places to Stay
Hilton Garden Inn Sunderland
Sunderland Marriott Hotel
Quality Hotel Boldon
TRAVELODGE SUNDERLAND HIGH STREET WEST
TRAVELODGE SUNDERLAND CENTRAL
Sunderland City Centre
Sunderland North West
Local weather forecast
Todays Local Weather Conditions & Forecast: 18°C / 65 °F
|Morning Temperature||12°C / 54 °F|
|Evening Temperature||18°C / 64 °F|
|Night Temperature||13°C / 55 °F|
|Chance of rainfall||0%|
|Air Pressure||1020.7 hPa|
|Wind Speed||Gentle Breeze with 7 km/h (4 mph) from North|
|Cloud Conditions||Scattered clouds, covering 42% of sky|
|General Conditions||Scattered clouds|
Monday, 22nd of April 2019
16°C (61 °F)
9°C (49 °F)
Sky is clear, gentle breeze, clear sky.
Tuesday, 23rd of April 2019
13°C (55 °F)
8°C (46 °F)
Sky is clear, moderate breeze, clear sky.
Wednesday, 24th of April 2019
14°C (57 °F)
11°C (51 °F)
Light rain, moderate breeze, broken clouds.
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London Campus - University of Sunderland video
www.sunderland.ac.uk/londoncampus See what students have to say about studying at the University of Sunderland London Campus, an exciting development based in Canary Wharf.
HAPPY -University of Sunderland Foundation Campus ver.
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Engineering at the University of Sunderland
http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/ug/subjectareas/engineering/ Study an engineering degree in Sunderland. This video gives an overview of the course from staff and students.
Sunderland: a Life-Changing University
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Rising Sunderland: A tour of the Nissan Qashqai production line
A hastily captured iPhone video inside the Nissan Qashqai factory in Sunderland. Also home to the Juke, Note, Leaf and, in the future, the Invitation and Astra/Focus rival. Full review and...
University of Sunderland TV Advert 2014
Life changing, world changing, game changing. The inspirational new TV and cinema advert from the tomorrow makers and boundary breakers at the University of Sunderland.
What is Clearing? An animated guide, from the University of Sunderland
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Privilege Derby Day 04/03/12 - 12.24pm, Penalty to Sunderland!
Wee Phillie in Privilege every matchday. Sunday 4th March 2012, Sunderland are away to The Mags and have a penalty. This is what happened when the ball hit the back of the Magpie's net...
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Attractions and noteworthy things
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Stadium of Light
The Stadium of Light is an all-seater football stadium in Sunderland, England and home to Sunderland A.F.C. With space for 49,000 spectators, the Stadium of Light has the fifth-largest capacity of any English football stadium. The stadium primarily hosts Sunderland A.F.C. matches. The name Stadium of Light is a tribute to the traditional mining industry, which brought prosperity to the town; a Davy lamp monument stands at the entrance.
City of Sunderland
The City of Sunderland /ˈsʌndərlənd/ is a local government district of Tyne and Wear, in North East England, with the status of a city and metropolitan borough. It is named after its largest settlement, Sunderland, but covers a far larger area which includes the towns of Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, Washington, and a range of suburban villages.
Wearside is an area of North East England, centred on the continuous urban area formed by Sunderland, Seaham and other settlements by the River Wear. Mackems is a nickname used for the people of Wearside. The principal part of Wearside is the City of Sunderland, including Washington, Houghton-le-Spring, Shiney Row and in the south, Ryhope and Hetton-le-Hole. Additional settlements sometimes considered to be part of Wearside are Easington and Seaham.
The A690 is a road in County Durham running from Sunderland in the east through Durham to Crook.
Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens
Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens is a municipal museum in Sunderland, England. It is part of the Tyne and Wear Museums group, and is sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. It contains the only known British example of a gliding reptile, the oldest known vertebrate capable of gliding flight. The exhibit was discovered in Eppleton quarry.
Park Lane Interchange
Park Lane 30px Park Lane Metro station was purpose-built for the Sunderland extension in 2002. Location Place Sunderland City Centre Local authority Sunderland Fare zone information Network One zone 4 Metro zone C Original (1979) zone 57 Station code PLI History Opened 2 May 1999 Park Lane Interchange is a busy transport interchange on the south-western fringe of the city centre of Sunderland, North East England.
University Metro station
University Metro Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro is located on the western fringe of Sunderland City Centre, and is the nearest station to the University of Sunderland's City Campus. It opened as part of the Sunderland extension in 2002 and is one of the three stations serving the city centre of Sunderland, the others being Park Lane and Sunderland (Central). The station can be accessed by footpaths from the A183 Chester Road and the A690 New Durham Road.
Sunderland Minster Church of St Michaels and All Angels and St Benedict Biscop (commonly known as Sunderland Minster) is a church in Sunderland city centre, England. It was known as St Michael's Church, serving the parish of Bishopwearmouth, but was renamed on 11 January 1998 in recognition of Sunderland's city status. In May 2007 the Minster ceased to act as the parish church of Bishopwearmouth. It is one of the Greater Churches.
Sunderland Central (UK Parliament constituency)
Sunderland Central is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since its 2010 creation by Julie Elliott, a member of the Labour Party.
Sunderland High School
Sunderland High School is a coeducational independent day school in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England. Founded in 1883 as the oldest girls' senior school in Sunderland, it merged with a local boys' school to become the current coeducational school. A junior school was later added and is located on a separate site nearby. It is owned by the United Church Schools Trust.
The Wearmouth Bridge is a through arch bridge across the River Wear in Sunderland. It is the final bridge over the river before its mouth with the North Sea. The current bridge is the third Wearmouth Bridge in its position. The first opened in 1796, and then was reconstructed in the 19th century.
Sunderland Art Gallery
The Sunderland Art Gallery is an art gallery based within the Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens centre, in Sunderland City Centre. The collection of paintings includes works by the British artist, L.S. Lowry, many with local significance. For example, 'River Wear at Sunderland' (1961) and 'Girl in a Red Hat on a Promenade' (1972) - an enigmatic piece composed at Seaburn.
Mowbray Park is a municipal park in the centre of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, located a few hundred yards from the busy throughfares of Holmeside and Fawcett Street and bordered by Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens to the north, Burdon Road to the west, Toward Road to the east and Park Road to the south. The park was voted best in Britain in 2008.
National Glass Centre
The National Glass Centre is a cultural venue and visitor attraction located in Sunderland, North East England.
St Peter's Metro station
St Peter's Metro Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro is the nearest one to the University of Sunderland's St Peter's Campus. The station was built for the Sunderland extension in 2002. It is located at the northern approach viaducts of the Monkwearmouth railway bridge and a short distance south of Monkwearmouth Station Museum.
Sunniside is a district of Sunderland, North East England, situated towards the eastern side of the city centre, bounded to the west by Fawcett Street, to the south by Borough Road, and to the north and east by Sunderland's Inner Ring road. A significant programme of urban development has established Sunniside as a centre of culture, film, dining, entertainment and art in the city.
All Saints' Church, Monkwearmouth
All Saints’ Church is a church in Monkwearmouth, Sunderland, England. A parish of All Saints was formed in 1844 when it became clear that there was no longer enough room in the only parish church for Monkwearmouth, and a church for the new parish was completed and consecrated in 1849. One of its vicars was Alexander Boddy, and so All Saints' became known as the birthplace of modern British Pentecostalism. All Saints' is now again part of the parish of Monkwearmouth.
Parish of Monkwearmouth
The Parish of Monkwearmouth is a Church of England parish in Monkwearmouth, England, served by the churches of St Peter's, All Saints and St Andrew's.
Monkwearmouth Railway Bridge
The Monkwearmouth railway bridge (also Sunderland railway bridge or Wearmouth railway bridge) is a rail bridge built 1879 crossing the River Wear at Sunderland and Monkwearmouth. The bridge lies adjacent to and upstream of the Wearmouth road bridge. Originally built as part of the Monwearmouth Junction line, it provided the first direct railway link between Newcastle and Sunderland. As of 2012 the bridge remains in use and is used by Tyne and Wear Metro and Durham Coast Line services.
Monkwearmouth Colliery (or Wearmouth Colliery) was a major North Sea coal mine located on the north bank of the River Wear, located in Sunderland. It was the largest mine in Sunderland and one of the most important in County Durham in northeast England. First opened in 1835 and in spite of the many accidents at the pit, the mine was the last to remain operating in the County Durham Coalfield.
St Peter's Church, Monkwearmouth
St Peter's Church is the parish church of Monkwearmouth in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England. It is one of three churches that make up the Parish of Monkwearmouth; the others being All Saints Church and St Andrew's Church, Roker. The first church on the site was built on instructions from Benedict Biscop in 674-75, of which only the west wall and porch survive. The tower was added before 1000 on top of the porch, and the rest of the church in the 14th century.
St George's Church, Sunderland
St George's with Trinity and St James Church (abbreviated to St George's) is a United Reformed church in the Ashbrooke area of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England. Originally a Presbyterian church, it was constructed by John Bennie Wilson of Glasgow in 1888-90, to replace a former chapel on Villiers Street. Much of the funding was provided by a local shipowner, (later Sir) Robert Appleby Bartram, who laid the foundation stone on 7 February 1889.
North East England Mining Archive and Resource Centre
The North East England Mining Archive and Resource Centre (NEEMARC) is a major archive for mining related data and includes health and safety information, legal records, technical reports and trade union records. NEEMARC is situated within the Special Collections Room of the Murray Library at the University of Sunderland. The strong coal mining heritage of north-east England is still evident in annual events such as the Durham Miners' Gala.
ARTARENA is an "art film museum" planned for Sunderland in northeast England. It is intended to show items from the Roland Collection of Films on Art on 45 screens; visitors will wander between them wearing headphones that switch to the appropriate soundtrack. The original concept called for a futuristic €35m building in London. This gave way to a £2m reconstruction of the West Park United Reformed church on Stockton Road in Sunderland, which is planned to open in April 2012.
Monkwearmouth-Jarrow was a twin-foundation English monastery, located on the River Wear, at Monkwearmouth, and the River Tyne, at Jarrow, respectively, in the Kingdom of Northumbria. Its formal name is The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Monkwearmouth-Jarrow. Jarrow became the centre of Anglo-Saxon learning in the north of England, producing the greatest Anglo-Saxon scholar, Bede. The twin Anglo-Saxon monastery was the UK nomination for World Heritage Site status in 2011.
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سندرلاند, Sanderlend, Съндърланд, Sunderland, Σάντερλαντ, ساندرلند، تاین و ور, סנדרלנד, Սանդերլենդ, サンダーランド, 선덜랜드, Sanderlandas, Sanderlenda, संडरलँड, ساندرلند, Сандерленд, Сандерланд, 桑德兰