While I was in Liverpool, I told myself I needed to visit every possible sight there was, and nothing is better than visiting historic churches, especially one of the biggest ones in the country, if not the biggest.
There is no fee to go in, but i made a donation of 10 pounds myself. Always supporting historic sites such as these. The structure is beautiful, absolutely breath taking. I found myself in here for a good 3-4 hours. I could not believe the amount of time I spent admiring every piece of historic artifact. I was admiring the craftmanship and everything.
I am orthodox myself, but not religious, so for sure there was no emotional tie to this cathedral, but I can admit, it is a place I'd love to bring my mother. She would not want to leave this.
I also did the tower experience. You go up an elevator, climb a bunch of stairs, and you are on the highest point of the cathedral. Wow the views were breath taking. You can see everything from the albert dock, to anfield.
Also a side note, Paul Mccartney wanted to sing in the choir for this church, but apparently he wasn't good enough for the Father at the time. He came back and put on a few shows here when he got more famous. Thought I'd share some history I learned while I was in here.
Also the staff is brilliant, they loved talking to me about the history, and honestly, It could've gone days. I especially love the way they treated a foreigner amongst their history.
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