The History of Liverpool

The “scouse” accent has been part of being a “Liverpudlian” and no one else in the UK sounds like them.

The Geography of Liverpool

The Mersey estuary was famed in the 1960s with the Liverpool band Gerry and the Pacemakers having a hit single with “Ferry cross the Mersey”.

The People of Liverpool

The city of Liverpool has a population of 494,000 yet in the urban conurbation of Merseyside this number grows to 2.4 million people.

Football in Liverpool

The homes of Liverpool and Everton are barely 400 meters apart travelling by foot across Stanley Park.

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