Liverpool: 5 things to see and do, Albert Dock, Three Graces

Liverpool, England city and county seat of Merseyside, is situated where the River Mersey flows into the Irish Sea, in front of the Wirral Peninsula, to which it is connected by rail and road tunnels.

Travel Guide Liverpool

Liverpool, whose origins date back to centuries. XI, owes its importance to the port, which began to develop when the port of Chester, by the mid-seventeenth was no longer viable. Today the old trading port has been restored, and together with the six areas of the historic center was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The appearance of the city is mostly modern, older buildings are the church of Sain Nicholas, the Town Hall Town Hall and St Georges Hall, one of the major works of English Neoclassicism.

Albert Dock
And ‘the complex of buildings and redeveloped port warehouse, where are the main tourist attractions in Liverpool, as the modern art gallery, Tate Gallery, the Maritime Museum, concerning the mercantile history of Liverpool and the Beatles Museum, which tells the story of the famous musical group native of this city.

Three Graces
On the waterfront are the buildings from the early twentieth century, representing the important role played by the port of Liverpool in the history of Britain. The buildings known as The Three Graces, are the Royal Liver Building, with the twin towers characterized by Liver Birds, birds symbol of Liverpool, the Cunard Building, built to house the Maritime Shipping Company Cunard and Port of Liverpool Building .

Walker Art Gallery
It is located in William Brown Street, in a neo-classical building, is an art gallery that houses an outstanding collection of paintings and sculptures, ranging from the thirteenth century to the present.

Christ Church
And ‘the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, a building of great proportions, designed by G. Scott in 1904 and completed in 1978. From the top of the Tower Vestey, 101 meters high, you can admire a beautiful view of the city and the surrounding landscape.

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
And ‘the Catholic cathedral in Liverpool, consecrated in 1967 and completed in 1984, was built as a result of the arrival of many Irish people from nearby Dublin. The modern building is circular and is characterized by its central part culminating in a grand crown glass, reminiscent of the crown of thorns of Jesus.