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St. Georges Hall (Liverpool)

St. Georges Hall is a very impressive public building in the heart of the fabulous city of Liverpool.

It was designed in a neo-classical style by Harvey Lonsdale Elmes and completed in 1854.

St. Georges Hall has a distinct resemblance to the Parthenon in Athens, and also to Joseph Aloysius Hansom's Town Hall in Birmingham, although the proportions are much larger than Hansoms building.

It incorporates a concert hall and the assize courts.

Outside are a War Memorial, Queen Victoria Statue and Prince Albert Statue. The last named are both equestrian statues.

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