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Liverpool’s Royal Liver Building In Photographs

I said I’d start featuring Liverpool more on See My Travels, so here are a load of photographs I’ve recently captured of one of my favourite pieces of architecture here – The Royal Liver Building. 

If you’ve never heard of it, the Royal Liver Building is famous for the Liver Birds – two magnificent statues of mythological birds that stand atop the towers, watching over Liverpool and the River Mersey. I hope you enjoy these images that were taken on a rare blue-sky winter day here in Liverpool. 

Probably the only photograph where you’ll be able to appreciate how cold it actually was on this particular day is the one of me in front of the Royal Liver Building, donning the full works of winter layers! 

Royal Liver Building in Liverpool and tall ship

Lamb banana on Liverpool waterfront with liver birds in background

royal liver building on liverpool waterfront

royal liver building in liverpool; the liver birds

the royal liver building in liverpool

the royal liver building in liverpool

the royal liver building in liverpool

the royal liver building in liverpool close up

the clock on royal liver building in liverpool

liverpool liver birds close up

the royal liver building in liverpool

 

Do you like these photos of the Liver Birds and the Royal Liver Building? Have you been to Liverpool or would you like to visit?

 

 

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