Old & new…LIVERPOOL

Running people, diversity, loud, vibrant, just a few words to describe the new adventure…

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An interesting city with a specific vibe and color, I am not an architect, but I love these old buildings with their story …Some of them actually were granted World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in 2004.

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Put your shoes on, and let’s go [ADA]Explore!!!!!!

Has a lot of history behind and maybe this is one of the many things that make the city so colorful. The city is also home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe; the first residents of the city’s Chinatown arrived as seamen in the 19th century. The gateway in Liverpool’s Chinatown is also the largest gateway outside of China and many other things to discover…

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The best day to visit Albert Dock, part of UNESCO Heritage, is on a windy day, how can imagine something else:)))!!! That is a big lie, of course, good was that Merseyside Maritime Museum was open so I went inside to discover a part of history and to get away from the wind :D! Was a good choice!

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 The Anglican Cathedral is an imposing construction with her stained glass make this a great place to “waste” some time… A good tip, visit on a sunny day so you can go in the tower and see all the surroundings (a good tip for me also:))))! 

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Many, many buildings…

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Don’t do stupid things; they have an eye on you;)!!!!!!!

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