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One of the most iconic arenas in the world of European football, Anfield has long been the proud game territory of English League team Liverpool F.C. The stadium's first association was with another club, Everton F.C, which lasted for seven years between 1884 and 1891. Followed by an internal dispute, the club relocated to Goodison Park, thus igniting a fierce rivalry between Evertonians and Scousers. Equipped with a splendid GrassMaster turf, this legendary stadium really comes to life during cup ties and Champions League knock-out stages, when the whole place erupts in passionate club chants and vibrant fireworks. Of the four stands it houses, Anfield's Spion Kop is perhaps the most well-known, and seats some of the most avid fans of the club.

Princes Road Synagogue

The consecration stone of this beautiful edifice was laid in 1874, and Princes Road Synagogue now stands as a Grade II listed building. The architects, W & G Audsley were specialists in synagogue designs and kept to their Eastern influence. The external brickwork of the towers and windows are of Moorish design, and the horseshoe-shaped internal arches are reminiscent of medieval Spanish architecture. Take the tour of the spectacular Princes Road Synagogue to fully experience the grandiose architecture and stunning details.

Royal Liver Building

Standing tall at Pier Head, overlooking the River Mercey, the stately Royal Liver Building is one of the Three Graces of Liverpool. Flanked by soaring towers that hold aloft two of the United Kingdom's largest electronic clocks, this imposing building lords over Liverpool's magnetic cityscape, as well as the vastness of the sea. Hailed as one of Liverpool's most iconic waterfront landmarks, the stone-built building was originally conceived of to accommodate the ever-growing employee base of the Royal Liver Group. Designed by architect Walter Aubrey Thomas, the Royal Liver Building is a dazzling canopy of lights come night. Although its magnificent Victorian facade tells tales of foregone times, the Royal Liver Building, stands today as the nerve center of an array of business and corporate firms in Liverpool.

Penny Lane

Immortalized by The Beatles in their song of the same name, Penny Lane has become a must visit attraction for fans of the band, when they are in Liverpool. Although the lane in itself is quaint and home to several small businesses and eateries, one would always find a couple of tourists here, snapping a picture with the famous Penny Lane signboard. In fact, one can even sign up for a guided tour of the lane along with companies such as Cavern City Tours.

St Anthony's Roman Catholic Church

St Anthony's Roman Catholic Church was built as an extension of the French Chapel in 1833, and was designed by architect John Broadbent. The church is a stone building that has since become a popular landmark on Scotland Road, with its beautiful lancet style windows and towering height. A fire broke out in the church in 2008, damaging some parts of the building, which have since been fully restored. The church holds services on a regular basis to this day.

Chester Roman Amphitheatre

The grand, awe-inspiring Chester Amphitheatre is an archeologically-significant Roman amphitheatre in the village of Chester in Cheshire, England. The largest of its kind in Britain, the archeological finds of the stone-built monument showed evidence of the site being used in ancient times as a venue for cock fighting, bull baiting, classical boxing, wrestling and even gladiatorial combat. The historic structure has been declared as a Grade I listed building as well as a scheduled monument by English Heritage. Today, entry to the theater is free of cost and it is frequently used as a location for outdoor theater productions.

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