Liverpool Church is the largest church in Europe in legend. Its building area and design are unique, its geographical location is biased, and it is easy to miss. The interior decoration of the church is magnificent and magnificent. It is suggested that there will be different feelings on the top of the church after the tour. When I go, there is a great fog outside. The feeling of clouding on the top of the church is really admirable.
I really appreciate that other people's home - church. Although not carefully measured, visual observation is the tallest church I have ever met in England, taller than York Cathedral and higher than Westminster Cathedral. It is magnificent and solemn and admirable. Standing in the hall, looking at the tall roof, bearing the magnificent pillars are regularly stacked with many stones, with a large streamline range, graceful and precise, each pillar size is the same, almost like the "copy and paste" into the standard, will always repeat the sigh, such a perfect building, how to build. Why it is called the ugliest Church in Britain is beyond comprehension. Hate my cell phone, broken cell phone. Why didn't I bring my digital machine?
Liverpool Cathedral is very beautiful. It looks very historic. It's really beautiful inside. It was designed by Frederick Gibbard, a famous British designer. The cathedral was built in 1962 and completed after five years of construction. The church is so beautiful that it's worth recommending.
Liverpool Cathedral is so spectacular that you can see it from a distance from Albert Pier. Unfortunately, when it came, it was rented for the graduation ceremony. We had to look at it. It was not enough to say that it was the fifth Cathedral in the world. It was very grand.
Giles Gilbert Scott, the architect and designer of the red telephone booth, needs a grand introduction. The youngest church is made of stone, and its height and span make it unique. It is no exaggeration to say that the designer devoted his life to the church and was buried directly below the top of the church after his death.