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Liverpool, England City Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

Liverpool, England City Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

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This panoramic photograph of Liverpool was taken by Christopher Gjevre and features downtown as seen looking across the River Mersey. Liverpool's tallest building is the 40-story West Tower-Liverpool. The building lit in yellow is New Hall Place, also known as the Royal & SunAlliance Building. The Royal Liver Building, with its two spires, features the world's largest clock faces at 25 feet in diameter. Liverpool Cathedral is lit to the far right. Beginning in 1715 with the building of its first dock, this port city became one of the wealthiest cities in the world through maritime trade. Much of the architecture reflects this period of prosperity.
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Liverpool, England Panoramic City Skyline Wall Decor

Our Liverpool skyline decor features the sixth-most populated city in England. Its urbanization was a direct result of its development into a major English port. Surprisingly, by the 1800s, over 40% of international trade crossed Liverpool docks.

Liverpool city skyline wall art features a site of modern innovations. This city saw many of the earliest skyscrapers, ferries and railway use. Downtown Liverpool photos showcase a variety of skyscrapers. An iconic landmark in Liverpool skyline pictures is West Tower, reaching 459 feet in height. Office tenants proclaim its panoramic views allow them to see as far as Blackpool. In addition, New Hall Place is easily identified at night and lit bright yellow. Another famous sight is the Three Graces: the Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building, and Port of Liverpool Building at the Pier Head.

Liverpool skyline pictures display a metro area with strong influence in international commerce. Noted for its rich architectural heritage, Liverpool skyline art is of great importance to a multitude of architecture styles from around the world. With many locations given World Heritage Site status, Liverpool will continue to hold the fascination of lovers of fine architecture for years to come.

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