Finding out about Liverpool

Liverpool, UK. European City of Culture 2008. Famous for football, music, shipbuilding and humour. A city where God has been praised, obeyed and worshipped for generations. Still a city where you can preach the glorious and life changing gospel of Jesus Christ. His death for our sins, burial and glorious resurrection are still the only source of forgiveness and peace with God, if and when we turn to God from our sins and obey the gospel.
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Photographs of Antony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’ by Paul Sutton. Another Place is a collection of 100 cast iron figurative sculptures by artist Antony Gormley that was installed at Crosby Beach, England.

This is one of 100 cast iron figure sculptures created by artist Antony Gormley and installed at Crosby Beach, England. The giant figures each weigh upward of lbs and were installed across a span of the shoreline nearly two miles long!

Liverpool Central Library, largest of the 22 libraries in Liverpool, England Copyright: Stephen Nunney

Liverpool Central Library, largest of the 22 libraries in Liverpool, England Copyright: Stephen Nunney. The library has been refurbished and now has this fantastic staircase.

Liverpool, England. The Latitude building reflects the Port of Liverpool building

The Latitude building reflects the Port of Liverpool building. The Port of Liverpool Building is a Grade II listed building located in Liverpool, England. It is part of Liverpool's UNESCO designated World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City.

Liverpool One has done something other city centres have not managed: Attracted people back from suburbia shopping. Visit http://www.liverpool-one.com/website/

For Liverpool I could do the history of the city, serects bars, the culture, and the normal clubs giving them ratings for the student life fitting in with a student mag. The type would be bold and san serif relating more to students

Liverpool Cathedral: big spaces to remind you of how small you really are

Liverpool Cathedral: big spaces to remind you of how small you really are The Anglican cathedral,one of my favourite places to wonder around Christine

"Liverpool in 1680" the earliest known image of Liverpool

We came in two days to Liverpool with divers[e] others who intended to go the voyage. On board the ship “Robert and Elizabeth” we took shipping day of the same month, February

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