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Cholera Monument Grounds are the burial ground for the who perished during the cholera outbreak in 1832. At least 400 people died during the outbreak. A momument was erected in 1834 in memory of the victims and gardens soon accompanied this. Clay Wood is adjacent to the grounds are they combine a larger informal green space. From the grounds, you can great view of the city centre down below.
The Duke of Norfolk gave the grounds to Sheffield in 1930.
Address: Norfolk Road, Sheffield, S2
Directions: On Norfolk Road
Phone: (0114) 273 4567
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