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Liverpool Cathedral boasts the world’s highest and widest Gothic arches, world’s highest and heaviest peal of bells and The UK’s largest, most magnificent organ. First-time visitors will have their breath taken away. You can visit Liverpool Cathedral for free. But from only £5.50 per person (£4.50 concessions) you can experience their Great Space audio tour, enjoy access to their famous tower with stunning panoramic city views plus the chance to see their famous bells.
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Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral is the largest Catholic cathedral in England, the Metropolitan Cathedral together with its sister Cathedral at the other end of Hope Street plays an important part in the life of the City of Liverpool and Merseyside. A sacred place to stop, recharge your spirits and reawaken your senses. Offers a huge welcome to friends from all faiths, all walks of life all corners of the globe. Maybe you can time your visit to take part in a mass, witness one of their wonderful.
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CHURCH OF OUR LADY AND SAINT NICHOLAS
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Church of Their Lady and Saint Nicholas covers most of the city centre and docks, including Lime Street, the Albert Dock and the Liverpool One development. 14th century the population of Liverpool had grown to about 1,000 people. Serves the civic and business communities in the city. Place of the sanctuary, prayer and worship for the whole of Liverpool. Every year a number of maritime groups come to the church for services.