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Historical and diversified

St George's Hall is a place not to be missed when in Liverpool, for several reasons. First of all because of the building's neoclassical architecture that is considered a success style, built in the mid nineteenth century. The interesting and curious thing is that initially it served many different uses: Trials and Courts of Justice, public dances for high society and classical music concerts! Today it still offers a variety of activities, since one part has a museum that will shows the detailed history of the building, with visits to old cells and courts, while others are huge concert halls and

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A neoclassical building that today has become a museum

In the historic area of ​​Liverpool, one of the buildings that catches your eye and most stands out is the St George Hall, which has been completely renovated during recent years and was recently opened by the Prince of Wales. It is a neoclassical building that today has become a museum uniting the history of this building, and it was very important in 2008 as a cultural center during the year that Liverpool was voted as the European Capital of Culture. It hosts exhibitions, parties and live performances, visits to the cells of prisoners awaiting trial ...


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