Landmarks

Titanic Memorial

Titanic Memorial

The home port of Titanic and the White Star Line. Liverpool commissioned the Titanic memorial to commemorate the heroism shown by the ships engineers, who remained at their posts operating the ships electrical and pumping equipment to ensure that the ship remained afloat for as long as was possible. The

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St Peters Church Woolton

St Peters Church Woolton

Noted for its stained glass windows designed by Charles Kempe and William Morris, this Anglican church has historical musical connections. “Almost certainly the most important meeting in popular music history.” Is how the first meeting of John Lennon and Paul McCartney at St Peters Church Woolton has recently been described.

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Adelphi Hotel

Adelphi Hotel

Standing close to the railway station on Lime Street, the world famous Adelphi Hotel was, in its day “The Place to Stay” in Liverpool for the great and good passing  through the port.  The original hotel was opened in 1826, and rebuilt in 1912 boasting solid marble walls in many

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St Nicholas Church

St Nicholas Church

As the Parish Church of Liverpool and the oldest Anglican Church in the City, St Nicholas church is dedicated to the patron saint of sailors. It predates the enormous waterfront buildings, you can imagine that for generations of sailors, this would have been the last landmark they saw as they

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Chinese Arch

Chinese Arch

Liverpool's Imperial Arch is the largest Chinese Arch in Europe. Standing 13.5 meters or some 44 feet tall its spans the width of Nelson Street. Built in 2000 It ranks as one of the most spectacular sites in Liverpool. With its 200 Dragons and five roofs, it was shipped from Shanghai in

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