Underground TownThe City: Nottingham03.11.13Underground TownThe City: NottinghamFrom local pubs to national soccer—er football—matches s, see photos from the birthplace of Robin Hood.03.11.13 8:45 AM ETChristopher Furlong/Getty Win one of these for me, wontcha? A youngster sits in his pram in front of a toy-laden booth at the annual Goose Fair, which is one of Europe's largest traveling festivals, and one of the pleasures of a well-timed visit to Nottingham, England. Chris Wilkinson/Getty A procession brings the Olympic Torch through the campus of Nottingham University on the 42nd day of the relay before London's Summer Games. Maisant Ludovic/Hemis/Corbis A statue of Robin Hood wielding his brass bow and arrow welcomes vistors outside of the Nottingham castle. Maisant Ludovic/Hemis/Corbis Visitors wander through the ancient archways of a 12th-century Cistercian abbey's cellar. Christopher Furlong/Getty Seems like a busy time to nap, but a protester catches up on some rest while police officers line up at a climate-change demonstration. Attendees tried to break into the local power station to protest coal-fired power stations. Andrew Fox/Corbis Schoolchildren read the Quran together at the Nottingham Islamia School. Laurence Griffiths/Getty A flock of Canada Geese disrupt the white landscape on the snow-covered banks of the River Trent. Christopher Furlong/Getty It's not ketchup, it's not mustard, it's...mushy peas? Culinary delights abound at Nottingham's annual Goose Fair, an event with history stretching back 700 years. Laurence Griffiths/Getty Fog hovers over players during the soccer, er, football championship match between Nottingham Forest and Ipswich Town. Ollie Millington/Redferns via GettyThe crowd lunges back and forth to heavy-metal band Enter Shikari at a performance during their A Flash Flood of Christmas tour. Tristan Gregory/Camera Press Locals grab a pint at one of Nottingham's traditional pubs.