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St. John's Beacon
St. John's Beacon is the name of a tower in Liverpool, built in 1965. It is 133 meters high and was built as a ventilation column for the St. John market. Near the tower terrace is a revolving restaurant, and on the terrace a gazebo.
The restaurant stopped turning when the main bearings gave way. Together with the viewpoint it was closed in 1977 after the lifting mechanism was damaged.
Since 2001 both the viewpoint and the restaurant were combined and now provide a base for Radio City. It is also rented as a conference room.
The tip of the tower displays advertisements and advertising.
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Echo Arena, Luxury City Centre Waterfront Apartment
The Castle Collection - 42 Castle Street
Campbell Square Apartment 3
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Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre
The Z Hotel Liverpool
The Mountford Hotel
Staycity Aparthotels Liverpool Waterfront ★★★★
The Cavern Club, which opened its doors on January 16, 1957, is a rock and roll club located at 10 Mathew Street in Liverpool, England, where Brian Epstein met The Beatles on November 9, 1961. The Beatles played in this club in their early years (292 times between 1961 and 1963).
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The Symphony by Lettable
Staycity Aparthotels Duke Street
2 Bed Luxury Dockland Apartment - Free Parking
Luxury Dockland Apartment - Free Parking
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OYO Vincent Apartments ★★
Liverpool Inn; Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western
The Liverpool Inn Hotel
Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel ★★★★
Cathedral of Christ the King (Liverpool)
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King of Liverpool or only Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (in English: Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral)? It is the seat of the Archdiocese of Liverpool and one of the two cathedrals of Liverpool (England, UK). Open to Catholic worship, it is located 800 m north of the Anglican Cathedral and is known as Mersey Funnel or Paddy's Wigwam.
Work by Frederick Gibberd, it was built in just five years (1962-1967) after three other designs were proposed in 1853, 1933 and 1953.
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Liverpool City Centre by BridgeStreet
The Castle Collection 14 Cook Street
Aparthotel Adagio Liverpool City Centre
The Docklands SA
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Smeaton Street Accommodation ★★★
Jurys Inn Liverpool ★★★★new
Crowne Plaza Liverpool - John Lennon Airport ★★★★new
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Liverpool ★★★★
St George's Hall
St George's Hall is a neoclassical building located in the city center of Liverpool, opposite the Lime Street railway station. The property is intended for several public uses: one part houses a concert theater and several meeting rooms; and the other is the seat of the city courts.
St George's Hall is one of the emblems of the city's architectural heritage. In 2004, it was framed within the maritime and commercial city of Liverpool, declared a World Heritage Site, It has also been declared by the English Heritage as a classified monument of grade I.
The concert theater, located in the center of the building and rectangular in shape, is the area that occupies the largest area of the building. To the north of the concert hall is the courts and then another smaller concert hall, elliptical. To the south of the main concert hall are other court areas. The lower floor consists of a basement with the cells of the prisoners along the west side.
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Térlon Apartments - By FM Living
EPIC Apart Hotel - RopeWalks
Union Bank Apartments
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Campanile Liverpool ★★★new
The Cabbage Hall Hotelnew
The Dolby Hotel ★★new
The Liverpool Cenotaph (in English: Liverpool Cenotaph) is located on the St. George Plateau, east of the St. George Hall in Liverpool, England in the United Kingdom. It was erected in memory of the fallen in the First World War. Subsequently, the symbols of World War II were added. The cenotaph consists of a rectangular block of stone on a stone platform, with bronze, low relief sculptures on the sides that represent the marching and mourning troops. It was designed by Lionel Budden, with the likes of Herbert Tyson Smith. Initially designated as a grade II listed building, its status rose to grade I in 2013.
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Print Works Hotelnew
Jesse Hartley Way Apartments ★★★new
Malmaison Liverpool ★★★★new
Orrell Park Hotelnew
Empire Theater (Liverpool)
The Empire Theater is a theater located on the corner between Lime Street and London Road in the city of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. It opened its doors in 1925 and it is the second theater built in this same place. It has the largest double-level auditorium in Britain and can hold 2,348 people. Throughout its history, all kinds of shows have been held in the theater, including musicals, operas or pop concerts. The Beatles performed in the theater at the beginning. The theater has hosted two Royal Command Performances and, in 2007, a Royal Variety Performance to commemorate Liverpool's appointment as European City of Culture the following year. It is located in the area of William Brown Street, the cultural center of the city.
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"Still Open "Infinity Apartments York Street Call to Book
Be My Guest Liverpool
Liverpool City Hall (building)
Liverpool City Hall is a building located at the intersection of High Street with Dale Street, Castle Street and Water Street in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom. It is registered in the National Heritage List for England as a classified monument of Grade I, and is described in this list as “one of the best city halls of the 18th century.” The authors of the Buildings of England collection mention their “magnificent scale, ”and they consider it“ probably the most magnificent civic suite in the country, ”and“ an exceptional and complete example of late Georgian decoration. ”
It is not an administrative building but a civic suite, which contains the mayor's office and the town hall chamber; the local administration is in the nearby Municipal Buildings. The town hall was built between 1749 and 1754 according to the design of John Wood the Elder to replace a nearby former town hall. In 1785 an extension to the north designed by James Wyatt was added. After a fire of 1795, the town hall was rebuilt and a dome also designed by Wyatt was added. Subsequently, minor alterations have been made. The streets surrounding the plot have been altered since its construction: when viewed from Castle Street, the south side seems off-center with respect to the street. This is because the Water Street-Dale Street axis, which runs west-east, was continuous and had buildings at its current intersection with Castle Street, so that the town hall was not originally visible from this street. The buildings were demolished one hundred and fifty years after this to allow the view of the building from this position.
The ground floor contains the city hall chamber and a Hall of Remembrance of the Liverpool military who lost their lives in World War I. The upper floor contains several luxuriously decorated rooms that are used for different events and uses. Guided tours of the building are made for the general public and weddings are also held in the building.
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Liver View Apartment
Tom Thumb Apartments
Modern Spacious Flat Near Lark Lane
Walker Art Gallery
The Walker Art Gallery is an art gallery in Liverpool, which houses one of England's largest art collections outside of London. It is part of the National Museums Liverpool group and is promoted as "the National Gallery of the North" because it is not a local or regional gallery, but is part of all the national museums and galleries managed directly by the central government funds.
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Flat 3, Hamilton House
City Centre Luxury Holiday Apartment
19 Rodney Street Apartments
Liverpool City House
Liverpool Lime Street Station
Liverpool Lime Street is a train station and Merseyrail located in the city center of Liverpool, United Kingdom. Opened in 1836, it is still part of the layout of the world's first railway line, the Liverpool and Manchester railway, as well as the terminal station of a branch of the West Coast Main Line that connects it with London's Euston station. Operated by Network Rail, is the second station in the city by number of passengers behind Liverpool Central station.