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Video: At A Glance - Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, The City Centre Grade II* Listed Building

Here Is A Glance Of The Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Through A Short Video & Some Historical Information

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral took only five years to complete, having been built between 1962 and 1967, designed by British Architect, Frederick Gibberd.


The Metropolitan Cathedral is one of Liverpool's two Cathedrals, with the other being the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.


It is one of the Liverpool City Region's plethora of Grade Listed Buildings, with the Metropolitan Cathedral earning itself a Grade II* Listing.


The Grade II* Listing means that it is of particular national interest and that the regulations in place are there in order to protect the historical importance of the building.


The Met Cathedral is situated in The Knowledge Quarter in Liverpool City Centre, with the entrance on the juncture of Hope Street, Mount Pleasant and Oxford Street.


The rear of the building, which is where this footage is filmed, is Brownlow Hill.

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral took only five years to complete, having been built between 1962 and 1967 (Credit: The Liverpudlian).

Location:

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral,

Cathedral House, Mount Pleasant,

Liverpool City Centre,

City of Liverpool, L3 5TQ,

Liverpool City Reigon, UK.

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