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Blog (Culture) - Visit Liverpool

  • The Story of Castle Street

    The Story of Castle Street

    A street that boasts some of the best bars, restaurants and architectural masterpieces in the whole of Liverpool, and it’s one of its most historic streets in all the city.

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  • Irish Roots

    Irish Roots

    It’s estimated that three quarters of Liverpool’s population has Irish roots; with some people nicknaming Liverpool as ‘the real capital of Ireland’.

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  • The beach where art and life intermingled

    The Iron Men Cometh

    Antony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’ exhibit continues to capture people’s imagination many years after it was installed in March 2007.

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  • The story of the home that takes you behind the lense of the most fashionable photographer of the 20th century, Edward Chambré Hardman.

    Behind the Lens

    This the story of the Liverpool home that lets you go behind the lens of the most fashionable photographer of the 20th century, Edward Chambré Hardman.

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  • Hope Street is one of Liverpool’s most famous streets and there are few better views to be had in the City Centre than standing on the steps of the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral.

    Bastions of Hope

    Hope Street is one of Liverpool’s most famous streets and there are few better views to be had in the City Centre than standing on the steps of the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral.

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  • We find out what’s new at The Bluecoat and discover their most treasured spots, in a building with many to choose from.

    Inside The Bluecoat

    This year, The Bluecoat is celebrating their triple centenary and its been brilliant. I’ve had enough of peering through the windows as I walk through Liverpool ONE, so I arranged a catch up with Mary Cloake, the woman in charge, to find out what’s new at Bluecoat and discover Mary’s most treasured spots, in a building with many to choose from.

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  • Discover Liverpool's connections to WW1

    Liverpool at War

    British soldiers who died fighting in The Great War – 13,726 of those soldiers were born in Liverpool. As the second city of empire, Liverpool played a pivotal part in ‘the war to end all wars’. The city’s position as a global port and its role in shipbuilding made it high on Wilhelm II ‘hit’ list. But this is only one of Liverpool’s many connections to WW1.

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