Friday , August 17 2018
Peter Serafinowicz

10 People You Didn’t Know are from Liverpool

Liverpool has more than its fair share of famous alumni. We are leading exporters of popular entertainers and talented footballers – and everyone has heard of John Lennon, Cilla Black and Wayne Rooney. Much of our musical and artistic reputation can be traced to the 60s, when visiting US poet …

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Irish Pioneers Who Shaped Liverpool

Everyone knows Liverpool has deep rooted connections to Ireland. Since the Irish Rebellion in 1798 and the Great Famine in the 1840’s, Irish men and women have been migrating to the Merseyside city. Nowadays, the influx of Irish people coming to Liverpool is primarily in the form of University students …

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scouse

10 Scouse Influences Across the World

  Whether we’re a red or a blue, us Liverpudlians all have one thing we can all agree on… we are all extremely proud of the city we come from. Clearly, the love for Liverpool doesn’t stop when you get over the Mersey as we were named the European Capital …

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Three Graces

18 Historic Photos of the Liverpool Waterfront

Our UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most visited locations in the city today, owing much of its success to the historic trade along the waterfront. The Pier Head is also complemented by the radiant views of the River Mersey, which make for a beautiful experience on an iconic Mersey ferry. …

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Royal-Liver-Building

32 Photos to Show How Liverpool has Changed

With a population of 467,995, Liverpool is the seventh largest city in the UK. It is home to two cathedrals, two premier league football clubs, one of the most successful bands to walk this earth and much more. Through photographs, we take a look at some of Liverpool’s defining moments …

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Royal-Iris

The Shipwrecks of Merseyside

Many people may not realise, but the Mersey coastline features centuries of shipwrecks. Whilst some vessels are far beyond repair, there are other ships that can still be saved. Many, however, have since been removed, after being abandoned to rust and rot. With news that the beloved ferry Royal Iris has …

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The Old Blind School

The Most Exciting New Restaurants in Liverpool

In the past few years, Liverpool has seen an influx of new eateries with food as expansive, eclectic and rich as its burgeoning arts, literature and music scene. There is no shortage of places to tantalise locals and tourists’ taste buds with cuisine as varied as Japanese fusion (Miyagi), the …

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St-George's-Place

The Lost Landmarks of Liverpool

No-one can deny that Liverpool is home to some remarkable buildings. The city’s architecture is a symbol of our extensive history, which defines our landscape. Sadly, there are some buildings that were destroyed and demolished over the years. For this reason, we are taking a look back at the lost …

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