United Kingdom Liverpool Cathedral

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James Billings.

Shoot with care
Although a popular spot for tourists to visit, this is a cathedral which is actively used for worship. Be especially careful taking photographs during services so as to not disturb people there for worship.

About this spot
Liverpool Cathedral is vast. The largest in the UK, and (according to their website) the 8th largest church in the world. Liverpool Cathedral is modern compared to many of the other medieval cathedrals of the UK, being built between 1904 - 1978, however it in no way falls short for architectural wonder.
The exterior is imposing, almost brutalist in design, but the interior stands alongside other great cathedrals, with soaring arches and stained glass windows along with many details to explore. For £6 you can visit the roof of the central tower (via two elevators and a climb up a staircase) - well worth it for the views across Liverpool.

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