Welcome to Liverpool. How well do you know the city?
Liverpool is located in the northwest of England, east of the Mersey River. It is also known as Lancashire because it is part of the Lancashire province of the UK. It is one of the major port cities in the world, which gives it a significant role in the country’s economy and makes it a populous city with approximately 550.000 inhabitants, the majority of whom are young people.
Liverpool was granted the right to become a city by royal decision in 1880. At the time, there were relatively few prominent streets in Liverpool, namely the Bank Street, Castle Street, Whiteacre Street, Chapel Street, Dale Street, Juggler Street, and Moor Street. These historic streets are now becoming even more modern like many other cities.
The city attracts attention with its history, architecture, sports and music. It also has a great number of museums, art galleries and parks, which attract a lot of tourists who are fascinated by its magnificent views that are both nostalgic and modern.