Top best places to visit in Liverpool, England
Liverpool is a historic maritime city in northwest England.

Liverpool, also known as The Pool Of Life, has been described as having “the most splendid setting of any English city”, is located on the Liverpool Bay of the Irish Sea.

It is a vibrant city with great cultural heritage and the famous Pier Head Waterfront being a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The site encompasses a trio of landmarks also called The Three Graces, it includes:
The Royal Liver Building,
The Cunard Building,
And the third is the Port of Liverpool Building.

Next stop is the Albert Dock, a complex of dock buildings and warehouses, and the major tourist attraction.
It was the first non-combustible structure in Britain to be built from cast iron, brick and stone, with no structural wood.

The area around St. John’s Gardens, referred to as the city’s Cultural Quarter, is home to numerous public monuments, sculptures and neoclassical architecture such as:
The William Brown Museum and Library,
The Picton Reading Rooms,
The Walker Art Gallery,
The Wellington’s Column,
The Empire Theatre,
The North Western Hall,
And of course the most prominent
St. George’s Hall, regarded as the best example of a neoclassical building.

In the city there are a lot of important churches and cathedrals.
The two most important are: The Anglican Cathedral,
The largest Cathedral in Britain and the fifth largest in the world.
And the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral.

Liverpool also has:
A lot of interesting monuments… and buildings scattered around the city.
The oldest established Chinatown in Europe.
And the heritage of The Beatles, which is a popular tourist traction.
The town is renowned for being the birthplace of many famous musicians.

In England football is very important. There are two big clubs in Liverpool.
FC Liverpool plays at Anfield.
And Everton FC plays at Goodison Park.

The most visible landmark of the city is 138 meters tall Radio City Tower.
From the top you can see, among others:
Both cathedrals,
Pier Head Waterfront and River Mersey,
and St. John’s Gardens.


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