Photo: Liverpool Museums
Laura Pye is hugely disappointed at the decision by UNESCO to remove Liverpool from the World Heritage site listings, not because she is worried about the impact on tourism or on how people might view our great city but because she believe Liverpool deserves the status. Liverpool is a world heritage city and it is one which protects and values its heritage.
Source: A city that needs no labels
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After 12 years of unfettered waterfront development, Liverpool has had its UNESCO World Heritage Site status revoked by the UN…
Source: Liverpool loses its UNESCO World Heritage Site status
Magnificent Liverpool buildings boasting outstanding architecture are up there with the best in the world.. Why not take them in on a walking tour?
Source: 10 of Liverpool’s most inspiring buildings and the stories behind them – The Guide Liverpool
Culture Trip named its top places you need to see in Liverpool…
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In 2004, Liverpool was granted World Heritage status from UNESCO. The accolade puts the city alongside Stonehenge, the Great Barrier Reef and Great Wall of China, as ‘places of outstanding universal value to the whole community’.
Source: Here’s why Liverpool originally gained its World Heritage status – The Guide Liverpool
When you’re planning a trip to Liverpool, England, you’ll want to make sure you have a few attractions and landmarks on your itinerary. Each offers unique insights into the history of the city, as well as what makes it famous.
The Guide Liverpool has lined up 21 places in and around Liverpool perfect to get you walking and exploring the areas great outdoors during lockdown.
Source: 21 places to get you out walking and exploring Liverpool’s great outdoors – The Guide Liverpool
Liverpool’s maritime history is astounding, and its links with the sea continue to grow as the city evolves. Here are 10 facts that will fascinate you.
Source: 10 things that will fascinate you about Liverpool’s maritime history – The Guide Liverpool