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Liverpool, which is a city and a metropolitan borough, is located in the area of Merseyside in England, in the eastern part of Mersey Estuary. Liverpool was founded as early as 1207 and became a city during 1880, and is currently the largest city in the UK. Liverpool has a population of about 440,000 people, and is part of the Liverpool Urban Area.
Liverpool started as a part of Lancashire, but due to being a major port Liverpool expanded and became a city during the 18th century.
40% of the world's trade was passed via the city of Liverpool during the 19th century, but it has declined since.
Liverpool's locals are referred to as Liverpudlians or Scousers, due to a local dish called scouse, which is a stew. Scouse is also a nickname to the local dialect and the local accent.
Liverpool has a diverse population due to being a port town, and is a major tourist attraction.
Visitors to Liverpool will be able to enjoy some of the local water sports and cruises, or they can rent a boat and go to a cruise of their own, with their friends and family.
Another thing that attracts tourists to this location is its ties with the world-wide famous band, The Beatles, which played in the area.
Liverpool is considered the European Capital of Culture.
Also, due to the age of Liverpool, it received a stamp of a World Heritage Site for some of its buildings by UNESCO. Liverpool is made up of six locations, which all have some attractions, so a tourist has a lot to do in the city.
When visiting Liverpool you need to be prepared for the local climate, which is a temperate maritime type of climate, which is the case in most of the British Isles, which means that Liverpool has cool summers and mild winters, so you need to plan your vacation accordingly.
Due to Liverpool's attractiveness it has grown in population ever since its inception, but during the latest years it has seen a decline in population, which means that it is not as busy as before, but a lot of tourists still visit it on a daily basis.
One of the things that attract such a high number of tourists year-round are the local landmarks, which include the architectural styles being featured in some of the buildings - which range from the 16th century - in a Tudor style, to the contemporary style. Most of the buildings you will be able to see when visiting Liverpool are from the late part of the 18th century, and many more from the 19th century and the 20th and 21st century.
While visiting Liverpool you will also be able to view the various attractions, which include the Speke Hall Tudor manor house, and the Liverpool Cathedral, which is built to resemble a fort, and has a high tower, and is thought to be one of the greatest areas built during the 20th century.
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