Liverpool

Liverpool

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Liverpool

Liverpool is a seaport and city in the North West England famous for its culture and football teams. According to the census in mid-2016, the population of Liverpool is approximately 484,600. Natives of the Liverpool city are recognised by the name of ‘Liverpudlians’. Liverpool is the 5th largest metropolitan area in the United Kingdom with more than 2.24 million people in 2011. In 2004, the Docklands and some regions of Liverpool were declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Liverpool became a city in 1880 and a borough in 1207 and in 1889, Liverpool became a county borough independent of Lancashire. In 2007, Liverpool commemorated its 800th anniversary. Liverpool with Norway and Stavanger was nominated in the year 2008 as the annual European Capital of Culture. 

Education

Liverpool has three main universities: Liverpool Hope University, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Liverpool Hope University was formed by merging three colleges. In 2005, it gained the status of the university. Liverpool Hope University is the sole Catholic university in Europe. In 1881, the University of Liverpool was established as University College Liverpool, and it became a member of the federal Victoria University in the year 1884. It became an independent university in 1903 and also became the first university to offer degrees in the field of architecture, civic design, social science, biochemistry, oceanography and veterinary science. Liverpool John Moores University was a polytechnic first, and then in 1992, it gained the status of the university. Earlier it was owned and operated by Liverpool City Council.

Liverpool has two Jewish schools one is the King David School (high school), and the other is the King David Primary School. Both these schools are the property of King David Foundation. One of the most important schools in the city is the Liverpool Blue Coat School. This school was founded in the year 1708 and is the top-performing school in the city. Liverpool has one educational college in the city centre naming Liverpool Community College.

Famous Attractions

Some of the famous attractions of Liverpool city are:

  • The Beatles Story – It is a museum that is devoted entirely to the Beatles and their history. This museum was established in 1990 and is situated on the historical Albert Dock. Museum exhibits several artefacts from the lives and bands of the Beatles in Liverpool.
  • Albert Dock – It is a complex of warehouses and dock buildings, designed by Philip Hardwick and Jesse Hartley. In Britain, Albert Dock was the first structure that is constructed of brick, cast iron and stone.
  • Liverpool Cathedral – Built on St James's Mount, Liverpool Cathedral is the largest religious building in Britain. It is also known by the name of the Cathedral Church of the Risen Christ. It is the 5th largest cathedral in the world regarding overall volume.
  • St George's Hall – It is a structure in a Neoclassical style which comprises law courts and concert halls. It is located on Lime Street. St George's Hall is recorded on the National Heritage List for England, and in 2004 the hall and the enclosing area were acknowledged as part of Liverpool's World Heritage Site.
  • World Museum – It is a large museum with extensive collections covering ethnology, archaeology and physical sciences. Earlier it was known with the name of Derby museum. The planetarium and a Natural History Centre are the special attractions of the world museum.

Climate

Liverpool city experiences mild summer and cool winters. The climate of Liverpool is unpredictable. It is a combination of sunny, cloudy, windy and rainy days. During summer days, Liverpool is cooler as compared to London. July is considered to be the hottest month with a temperature of 60°F, and January is the coldest month with 41°F temperature. Late-spring and summer are the most pleasant time to visit Liverpool.

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