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Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
England

Liverpool Metropolitan Roman Catholic Cathedral.

Liverpool has two cathedrals ".....We got one to spare" This one lies at one end of Hope Street, the other cathedral (Anglican) sits at the other end.

Copyright: Mike swift
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Uploaded: 16/12/2009
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Tags: catherdral; roman catholic cathedral; architecture; modern architecture; christ the king; metropolitan cathedral
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