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The Three Graces

Liverpool’s Historic Waterfront is dominated by the Three Graces; The Royal Liver building, The Cunard Building and The Port of Liverpool Building. The Royal Liver Building The Royal Liver Building stands to the left, with Liverpool’s fabled liver birds nested on top. The two birds face away from each other

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The Beatles Story Liverpool

The Beatles Story Liverpool is the ultimate Beatles experience right in the heart of Liverpool's grade 1 listed Albert Dock. Travel on an amazing trip back through time to see exactly how the 4 young Liverpudlians got transformed from their humble childhoods into the most famous rock band or all

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The Liverpool Wheel

Liverpool's Big Wheel It is positioned on the piazza directly outside the ECHO Arena on Liverpool's historic waterfront. It includes 42 fully enclosed and air-conditioned capsules and offers riders spectacular views of the city including the River Mersey, the Welsh mountains and World Heritage Site waterfront. It also offers a

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St Andrew’s Church Pyramid

Most people go to Egypt to see the pyramids but if your budget does not stretch that far, and you happen to be in the Rodney Street area – look out for the pyramid in the church yard of now disused St Andrew’s church. St Andrew’s Church Pyramid is an unusual

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Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

Affectionately known as 'Paddy’s Wigwam' in deference to Liverpool’s strong Irish connections. The Metropolitan Cathedral stands out on the Liverpool skyline with its lantern tower and remarkable circular design. The Catholic population of Liverpool increased dramatically following the Irish potato famine in 1847, but the dream of having a Catholic

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