Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of Liverpool
officially known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
– the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool.
To distinguish it from the Anglican Cathedral, locals call it the “Catholic Cathedral”.
The cathedral’s architect: Frederick Gibberd
– construction began in 1962 and was completed in 1967.
The Black Pearl Driftwood Sculpture at New Brighton Beach.
This pirate ship was built mostly of driftwood and things
– washed up on the beach in the wild storm january 2013.
Since then, it has been rebuilt several times,
all following damage by fires, storms and floods.
Visitors and their children are encouraged to explore the sculpture.
Perhaps the most photographed street lamppost in Liverpool.
Behind on the wall is one of the most popular in the city painted.
The soccer coach of Liverpool FC, Jürgen Klopp, created by the graffiti artist Akse.
The superstructure of the Silver Jubilee Bridge east of Liverpool.
Usually the connection across the river Mersey and Manchester Ship Kanal.
After having been a main route to Liverpool from the south,
then it will soon be back as a local route as originally planned.
“If possible, don’t burn bridges, rather build many more“
Liverpool sculpture “Waiting” created by Judy Boyt.
Also called “Working Horse” waiting in the Albert Docks for work to do.
Around the world, we owe horses a lot of thanks for the help.
Street art in Liverpool, beauty painted brick after brick.
John Lennon peace monument in Liverpool.