History of LIverpool

By Hari

Liverpool's history

Curiously Liverpool did not have its own parish church, only a chapel. (A chapel was a kind of 'daughter' church dependent on a parish church nearby). The first chapel in Liverpool was the Chapel of St Mary. By the middle of the 14th century there was also the chapel of Our Lady and St Nicholas. St Nicholas is the patron saint of sailors, which was obviously appropriate to a port like Liverpool. By 1235 there was a castle at Liverpool.

Australia's Liverpool City Council History

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The old town

The old town is 1000 years ago in Liverpool. The town was 1000 years ago in Liverpool because it was the old town.
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