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Old March 30th, 2013, 12:04 AM   #1
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Georgian and victorian architecture in you're city.

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Old March 30th, 2013, 01:21 AM   #2
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Liverpool, UK

Georgian
Some great photos posted by Yoshef on the UK forum:

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Canning / Georgian Quarter

Gambier Terrace, Hope Street



Percy Street (?),



Falkner Street





Downtown

Castle Street (The Town Hall is Georgian)




Birkenhead

Hamilton Square




Victorian

Albert Dock


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Great North Western Hotel






The Victoria Building (University of Liverpool)


Most of this street is Victorian:



There are many more great examples in Liverpool and across the UK, but I don't want to post too many photos for now! I hope this has started the thread well
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Just fantastic!
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Georgian architecture was in practice in between 1720 and 1840; however it does have huge impact on most of the today's architectural design marvels! I guess these pictures would serve as a fine answer that justifies why people are so attracted towards Georgian architecture even today.
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This truly is a beautiful city.
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Architecture of Sunderland

A new book, The Architecture of Sunderland, 1700-1914, has just been published by the History Press. This is the first comprehensive book-length study of the subject and aims to celebrate the city’s architectural heritage. The book explores the best of Sunderland architecture, from spectacular public buildings and churches, to lavish Edwardian pubs and the distinctive 'Sunderland cottages.'
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