Discover one of the largest ports of the British Empire
Liverpool was developed as one of the main ports of the British Empire and this is seen in the variety of architectural styles of the last 300 years while there is almost nothing left of medieval times. Liverpool stands out for its Victorian style and in 2004 the whole of the port was recognized as a World Heritage Site for its contribution to global industrial and commercial development. For example, the Albert Dock which houses the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Liverpool Tate and others, or the famous set of buildings. Pier Head are some of the most emblematic examples.
In recent years this coastal city has undergone a remarkable redevelopment and recovery of its heritage also coinciding with the European Capital of Culture of 2009.
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