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Liverpool Landmarks and Historic sites

Liverpool attractions: monuments and popular sights

Landmarks and Historic sites

1 Cathedral Church of Christ
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Rank: 3 About 34

Liverpool Cathedral is the largest Anglican place of worship, not only in Liverpool, but in the whole world.   This magnificent building was entirely built in the twentieth century in response to the need for a large church for...

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Address: St James Mount, Liverpool L1 7AZ, Regno Unito

2 Best Places
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Rank: 7 About 34

Liverpool is a great city to see some of the best places in the world. The city is full of art, culture, history and music. Moreover, it is known as the must see places whilst in Britain. There are two day to a month’s preplanned...

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Address: 32 Anchor Courtyard Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AS

3 Croxteth Hall
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Rank: 12 About 34

Croxteth Hall is located in the Croxteth suburb of Liverpool. This extraordinary hall was the Molyneux family's ancestral home; the hunting grounds of this family are now converted into Croxteth or...

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Address: Croxteth Hall Ln, Liverpool

4 Casbah Coffee Club
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Rank: 22 About 34

Beatles fans, this is your Mecca! For all those who have always loved and still love their music, this is the place to go when you come to this beautiful English town. It’s a bare, cramped, dirty  basement, but it changed the...

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Address: 8 Hayman's Green, Liverpool L12 7JG

5 Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
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Rank: 26 About 34

Address: Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TQ

6 Princes Road Synagogue
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Rank: 28 About 34

Built between 1872 and 1874 to accommodate the growing Jewish community in Liverpool, Princes Road Synagogue is currently regarded as one of the most important buildings of Jewish worship in the British Isles. The style is mixed (Neo-Gothic...

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Address: Princes Road, Liverpool L8 1TG

7 Royal Philharmonic Hall
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Rank: 29 About 34

The Royal Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool is home to the Philharmonic Orchestra, which was founded in 1840, but did not have a permanent home until 1849. The current building dates from 1937-1939, and is a large quandrangular complex,...

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Address: 36 Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP

8 Woolton Picture House
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Rank: 33 About 34

The Woolton Picture House is the favourite venue of cinefiles in Liverpool. The little Woolton Picture House was actually the first cinema built in the city in 1927, and it’s still in business.   This cinema doesn’t...

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Address: 3 Mason St, Liverpool


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