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Liverpool is a city in the Merseyside region of England famous for its maritime history and its contribution to popular music. It is one of the top business and retail destinations in the country and has seen extensive commercial property development over recent years. Liverpool is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Liverpool was slow to develop until the early 18th century when the first slave ships began to use the city bringing growth and prosperity. This led to the development of the docks and by the beginning of the following century 40% of world trade passed through Liverpool generating income and prompting a big expansion of the population. During this period Liverpool's wealth outstripped that of London and some of the city's grandest buildings were constructed to demonstrate its status.
At the beginning of the 20th century Liverpool was attracting immigrants from across Europe leading to a building boom but the Great Depression of the 1930s hit the city particularly hard. During World War 2, bombing raids killed around 2,500 people and caused extensive damage to residential and commercial property.
The post-war reconstruction of the city followed the pattern of urban renewal witnessed in many UK cities during this period. At the same time the city became the focus of worldwide attention due to the Merseybeat phenomena. However, a decline in shipping saw the docks slip into decline along with other traditional industries and during the 1970s and 1980s Liverpool became synonymous with mass unemployment.
By the end of the 20th century Liverpool's fortunes had begun to turn around and its economy was growing faster than many comparable cities. The beginning of the current century saw large commercial property developments transforming the city centre and tourism and leisure becoming ever more important to Liverpool's economy. Today it is a thriving business and heritage centre where culture and commerce go hand in hand.
Liverpool has an estimated population of around 450,000. The overwhelming majority is from the white ethnic group. However, the city is home a diverse range of cultures including established West Indian and Chinese communities. In common with other large urban areas, Liverpool has a higher than average population of young adults.
After decades of decline Liverpool's economy is now one of the largest in the UK. While shipping remains important, today's economy is dominated by the service sector with banking, finance and insurance all having a strong presence in the city. There is also a growing knowledge economy in Liverpool. Tourism and leisure are other significant factors in the local economy. This has led to a strong demand for office and retail space in the city, which in turn has led to a number of high profile commercial property developments.
Liverpool is a major regional education centre.
Liverpool has three universities. These are the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University. Further education is provided by Liverpool Community College.
Liverpool LEA administers primary and secondary education. It is also available from state faith providers.
Liverpool is a Unitary Authority controlled by Liverpool City Council. The City has four parliamentary constituencies.
Liverpool is located in the North West of England on the River Mersey.
Liverpool enjoys a temperate maritime climate which results in cooler than average summers and mild winters.
Transport in Liverpool is centred on the road and rail network which provides links with cities across the UK. Liverpool also has an airport and, of course, remains a port.
Local travel is largely dependent on the roads. In addition local rail travel is provided by Merseyrail.
The M62 links Liverpool to the motorway network while Lime Street Station is the city's mainline rail station. Liverpool's port is one of the largest in the UK. It provides passenger ferry services across the Irish Sea to Belfast, Dublin and the Isle of Man. Cruise ships can now dock in the city too. Liverpool John Lennon Airport operates flights to destinations across the UK and Europe. The airport handles over 5 million passengers a year.
Liverpool is a great sporting city. It is home to two of the most famous football clubs in the Europe in Liverpool and Everton. In addition horseracing fans have both Haydock Park and Aintree (home of the Grand National). Golf courses surrounding the city include Royal Liverpool Golf Club and Royal Birkdale.
Liverpool is an important cultural centre with an abundance of attractions, museums and galleries. The city's waterfront has earned Liverpool the status of a World Heritage Site because, in the words of UNESCO, it represents a ‘supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain's greatest global significance.' In addition Liverpool was the European Capital of Culture in 2008. Liverpool is also one of the top five retail destinations in the UK.
Liverpool offers a world class retail experience. The city centre has everything from indoor retail commercial property developments to bohemian streets lined with independent stores. Liverpool ONE –the largest city centre regeneration project in Europe when it opened in 2008 – has 160 stores including names like John Lewis and Top Shop, alongside designer outlets and independent boutiques. Cavern Walks is another premium fashion destination, and is home to exclusive brands Cricket, Vivienne Westwood and Soley Shoes.
Liverpool has a wide variety of entertainment to offer and boasts many new restaurants, hotels and wine bars.
Liverpool has two daily newspapers, the Daily Post and the Echo. Both BBC and commercial radio stations broadcast from the city. In addition Granada TV has a newsroom at Albert Dock.
Liverpool is officially the World Capital of Pop. The Beatles are, of course, the city's most famous sons but many other musical acts have emerged from the city. The world famous Cavern Club, where it all began, is open for a lunchtime pint or a little music in the evening. The 11,000 seater Echo Arena hosts big pop gigs in the city but there are many other smaller venues, pubs and clubs providing live music to suit all tastes. For those who prefer classical music, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra is based at the superb, art deco, Philharmonic Hall.
Liverpool has a number of theatres providing a range of classic and modern plays. Among these are the Everyman and the Playhouse.
Liverpool has some of the most outstanding museums outside London. The newest of these, the Museum of Liverpool, is the largest museum built in the UK for a century. Others include the Merseyside maritime Museum and the International Slavery Museum.
The Beatles Story at Albert Dock is a major tourist attraction and fans can also visit the childhood homes of John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney, both of which are National Trust properties.
For art lovers, the Walker Gallery offers everything from Hogarth to Hockney, including an outstanding Pre-Raphaelite collection. Liverpool also has a branch of the Tate Gallery. Tate Liverpool is home to the largest collection of modern and contemporary art in the North of England. There are also a number of smaller independent galleries to choose from.