Twinned with its its sister city in China. And throughout the 19th and 20th centuries it was the lifeblood of the city and defined its visual identity on a global scale. This stunning waterfront - a UNESCO World Heritage site - is even more impressive in the 21st century as it takes on the mantle of a modern metropolis.
The lavish hard-back book - Liverpool: World Waterfront City - incorporates forewords by The Duke of Westminster, Lord Heseltine, who was Minister for Merseyside in the early 1980s, and Francesco Bandarin, Director of UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre in Paris.
Out of print.
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