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Liverpool Destination Guide

Discover Liverpool in United Kingdom

Liverpool in the region of England with its 468,945 habitants is a town located in United Kingdom - some 178 mi or ( 286 km ) North-West of London , the country's capital .

Interactive map of Liverpool

Local time in Liverpool is now 11:58 PM (Saturday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/London " with a UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on your flexibility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Worcester, Wolverhampton, Wallasey, Sheffield, and Seacombe. When in this area, you might want to check out Worcester . We found some clip posted online . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Are you looking for some initial hints on what might be interesting in Liverpool ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Videos

The Smallest Metal Band in the World

4:21 min by fleabane
Views: 246468 Rating: 4.86

Check out the Old Guy rocking out near the end! Couple of buskers in Liverpool City Centre, May 2nd 2009 ..

Liverpool Characters Part 2 - Jacko The Cardboard Guitar Man

1:02 min by soundation
Views: 22764 Rating: 4.50

Jacko is one of Liverpool's characters. Many Scousers will know him or know of him. Jacko is one of the Street people who amuses and brightens up a dull day. Jacko uses a cardboard cut-out of a banjo ..


Paul Oakenfold Creamfields 1999 Essential Mix Part 1

15:01 min by andrewkr6
Views: 21516 Rating: 4.94

Title says it all. The content of this video is owned by the BBC. For more information on The Essential Mix and up coming events visit www.youtube.com or www.bbc.co.uk and follow the links to Radio 1. ..

Jessie J at the Cavern

6:11 min by radiocity967
Views: 20310 Rating: 4.97

Jessie J's first live show of 2012 EXCLUSIVELY for Radio City 96.7! Filmed live at the Cavern on Mathew Street 26/01/12. Footage courtesy AVision and Red 7 Films. ..


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Interesting facts about this location

Picton Reading Room and Hornby Library

The Picton Reading Room and Hornby Library are two grade II* listed buildings on William Brown Street, Liverpool, England which now form part of the Liverpool Central Library. Chairman of the William Brown Library and Museum Sir James Picton laid the foundation stone of the Picton Reading Room in 1875. It was designed by Cornelius Sherlock, and modelled after the British Museum Reading Room, and was the first electrically lit library in the UK. It was completed in 1879.

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Tags: Buildings and structures in Liverpool, Grade II* listed buildings in Liverpool, Grade II* listed library buildings, Library buildings completed in 1879, Library buildings completed in 1906, Public libraries in Merseyside

Central (Liverpool ward)

Central is a Liverpool City Council Ward in the Liverpool Riverside Parliamentary constituency. It was formed for the 2004 municipal elections from the former Abercromby, Everton and Smithdown wards. It contains the majority of the city centre but also includes Kensington Fields in Kensington to the east and the Marybone/Holy Cross community in Vauxhall. The ward includes the longstanding city centre community around the Bullring, as well as many new city centre apartments.

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William Brown Library and Museum

The William Brown Library and Museum is a Grade II* listed building situated on the historic William Brown Street in Liverpool, England. The building currently houses part of the World Museum Liverpool and Liverpool Central Library. The William Brown Library and Museum building was conceived as a replacement for the Derby Museum which then shared two rooms on the city's Duke Street with a library.

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Tags: 1860 establishments in England, Biographical museums in Merseyside, Grade II* listed buildings in Liverpool, Grade II* listed library buildings, Grade II* listed museum buildings, Infrastructure completed in 1860, Libraries in Merseyside, Museums established in 1860, Museums in Liverpool, Neoclassical architecture in Liverpool

College of Technology and Museum Extension

The College of Technology and Museum Extension Byrom Street, Liverpool, England was built between 1896 and 1901, the architect was Edward William Mountford. The building was constructed to provide a new College of Technology and an extension to the museum. The college occupied the lower levels and the museum the upper levels. The lower levels were taken over by Liverpool Polytechnic and its successor Liverpool John Moores University.

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Tags: Grade II* listed buildings in Liverpool, Grade II* listed museum buildings, Museums in Liverpool

Liverpool Biennial

Liverpool Biennial is the UK Biennial of Contemporary Art. For ten weeks every two years the city of Liverpool is host to an extensive range of artworks, projects and a dynamic programme of events. It is the largest international contemporary art festival in the UK. Liverpool Biennial unfolds through a programme of exhibitions and projects that lead to a rediscovery of the city.

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Tags: Art biennials, British contemporary art, Contemporary art exhibitions, Culture in Liverpool, Festivals in Liverpool

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