There aren't too many positive things to say about neglected old buildings, but sometimes the rot can reveal the past.
At the former Roadhouse pub in Silver Street, the sign has become so dilapidated that a long-forgotten name can be seen through the grime.
Remember Aztecs? The pub was known by this name between 1980 and 1986 before changing to The Diplomat.
It has also been known as the Turks Head, the City Centre Pub and the Pride of Coventry.
A whopping £66million jackpot was up for grabs in last night's Euromillions draw.
There were also two guaranteed UK Millionaire Maker winners of £1m.
To scoop the eye-watering jackpot, you simply need to match all five main numbers on your ticket, plus the two lucky star balls.
The winning numbers were: 3, 8, 17, 44, 50 and the Lucky Stars are: 2, 7.
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Good morning everyone... and welcome to Saturday!
We hope you've got a relaxing couple of days ahead after a hectic week at work. (Apologies if you're working today).
Most of you have probably seen that huge steel-framed building that's going up between the ring road and the sports centre.
At 22-storeys high it will be the city's tallest habitable building, with room for around 1,000 students.
Do you like the design, and what are your thoughts on all the student accommodation developments taking place? Are they good for the city centre, or not?