Tony淇In 1715 Liverpool built Britain's first dock, and the profits from the slave trade helped the city prosper quickly. By the end of the 18th century, Liverpool controlled 41% of the slave trade in Europe and 80% of the British slave trade. At the same time, it was also one of the main regions of the British Industrial Revolution. By the beginning of the nineteenth century, 40% of world trade passed through the Liverpool Dockyard. In 1830, the world's first passenger railway opened between Liverpool and Manchester. Liverpool’s population continued to increase rapidly, eventually becoming the second largest city in the UK.
Miss LexusAnfield Stadium-the home stadium of the Liverpool team, one of the 4 stadiums in this trip. It is also my husband’s favorite team. For the first time, I mainly asked for a photo. As a pseudo-fan, I was inexplicably excited when I saw the team's slogan "You'll never walk alone"! [fist]
Tony淇Liverpool Cathedral (Liverpool Cathedral), also known as Anglican Cathedral, is the largest in Britain and fifth in the world. It was built in 1901. The exterior of the church is not very eye-catching, but the interior space is extremely high and ethereal. And you can enter for free to listen to the hymns of the choir. You can also climb to the top of the tower to watch the sunset over Liverpool.
137***66Grosvenor Museum is a very good museum with rich collections. There will be volunteer activities, so you can pay attention to some in advance. There are posters introducing the exhibits at the door, very professional
GeorgezouThe Liverpool World Museum exhibits collections in various fields including nature, history, science and other themes, and has an aquarium, an insect museum, and a planetarium. From living bugs to Egyptian mummies, from prehistoric pottery to space exploration, everyone can find something suitable for them, especially suitable for children to visit. There are various interactive exhibitions, especially the biological museum, which has various models. .