Photo essay: Liverpool architecture, England

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King. Completed in 1967

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. Currently the fifth largest Cathedral in the world, building began in 1904 and was not completed until 1978

Red Sandstone building on corner of Duke, Paradise and Hanover Streets

The former County Sessions House (1882 – 1884)

Liverpool Central Library. Built in 1860 the building is currently being refurbished

Central Liverpool and one of the main thoroughfares, Victoria Street

Royal Liver Building. The symbol of Liverpool are the Liver birds on top of the Royal Liver Building (1908-1911). Statue of King Edward VII

Museum of Liverpool. Recently opened in 2011, this museum tells the history of Liverpool

One of the old dock warehouses on the River Mersey

The Three Graces made up of the Royal Liver Building (1908-11) , the Cunard Building (1914-16) and the former offices of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board (1903-07)

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