The top of the pier is a pier facing the coastline. There are many nautical hotels and pubs around here. The space in the entire area is quite large. The environment of the pier is also good. You can see some very huge ships. [Value for money] All are free and free to visit [Interesting] Very interesting
The architectural style along the Liverpool Port is also very harmonious and grand. It has some similar huge bell tower style buildings in the domestic concessions including Shanghai, Wuhan, Guangzhou and other places. Nowadays, it is more responsible for some cultural museum functions, but it is very similar to the Shanghai Bund. I feel that when the lights hit the building at night, if you look at the other side of the river port, the outline of the whole building is very domineering reflecting in the river water, and the huge bird statues under the building are also very beautifully engraved in various places of the building.
The marina is very clean and there is also the statue of the Beatles. It is also very nice to walk here and see the ferry in and out of the port. Here you can get a picture of the Royal Liverpool Tower and the Mersey River. Everything was amazing and the view was very pleasant.
The top of the pier is located on the Liverpool waterfront. The three landmark buildings, the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Liverpool Port Building, are collectively known as the "Three Goddesses of Beauty". They often appear on postcards and posters. They are the landmark buildings of Liverpool and the Bund of Shanghai. The prototype, today, the Royal Liver Building is one of the most well-known landmarks in Liverpool, with two legendary birds overlooking the city and the sea. Legend has it that if these two birds fly away, the city will cease to exist.
The seaside away from Albert Dock, and the shipyard ruins industrial area across the bay, the calm bay is unpleasant, and occasionally gulls circling for food. It can be imagined that the shipyard was crowded with the roar of siren in the era of big industry.
Pier Head, west of Liverpool, near the entrance to the sea, has three white buildings that look a bit like the Bund. One is the Royal Liquor Building, a bit like the Shanghai Customs Building. Two birds on top are Liverpool's symbol, and it is said that the birds will fly away and the city will no longer exist. The Port House looks like SPDB, but it has four smaller towers. Although half of the city was bombed in World War II, the buildings are still colorful. The earliest reinforced concrete buildings still look domineering.