Liverpool has more Goergian terraces, buildings and squares than Bath!
I have been thinking about this statement the past few weeks and I can't see how!!
I love Bath, after Liverpool it is my fave place. But I can't see how Lpool has more Georgian buildings....
where are all the Georgian Buildings here? besides Rodney street.
And I got the pics to prove It.
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It's mainly because of L8 that Liverpool is said to have "more Georgian buildings than Bath".
Once you get to the other side of Catharine Street most of the so-called "Georgian" area was actually built when Victoria was Queen (and most of the other side [until you get into town] is 19th century).
It would be more correct to call Liverpool's (L8) architecture "late Georgian style" rather than "Georgian".
The comparison with Bath is not a good one, in my opinion, as Bath's Georgian is on average 100 years older than Liverpool, and built with the beautiful Bath stone, rather than Liverpool's plain brick.
I found reference to it here on the The Mersey Partnership
* Liverpool has been designated European Capital of Culture 2008 and its waterfront is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
* There are more museums, theatres and galleries than any other City Region outside London - including Tate Liverpool, The Walker, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool Empire and the Lady Lever Art Gallery.
* Liverpool has more Grade II-listed buildings than any other city in the UK outside London and more Georgian buildings than Bath.
* Merseyside is the Golfing Capital of England. There are over 40 courses, 7 of which are leading championship venues. Royal Liverpool played host to the Open Championship in 2006 and Royal Birkdale is due to host the competition in 2008.
* Liverpool has a sporting edge, with Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs, St.Helens Rugby League FC (Saints) and Aintree Racecourse - home of the world's greatest steeplechase, the Grand National.
* Merseyside has some of the finest modern architecture in Europe including St George's Hall, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Anglican Cathedral, the Pier Head's "Three Graces" and the Walker Art Gallery.
* 90% of Merseyside's has 135km is internationally important for nature conservation, including more than 60km of beach.
* Liverpool is the Birthplace of The Beatles. Here you can visit Strawberry Fields, Penny Lane, The Cavern and the homes of John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney.
* Liverpool is the most filmed-in city outside London, with films such as A Letter to Brezhnev, the 51st State, The Hunt for Red October, In the Name of the Father and Hilary and Jackie being shot here.
Lovely photos Gerard
I like the 6th one
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