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The new results follow on from a survey earlier in 2014 which saw Liverpool named number three in the world of the top destinations to visit by Trip Advisor.Rough Guide salutes Liverpool for its 'magnificent municipal and industrial buildings' plus its 'fine showing of British art in the celebrated Walker Art Gallery and Tate Liverpool.' The magazine goes on to hail the 'multitude of exhibits in the terrific World Museum Liverpool, and a revitalized arts and nightlife urban quarter centred on FACT.
Liverpool is home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and is also renowned for being the birthplace of a wide range of popular musicians including The Beatles, Gerry & the Pacemakers, Frankie goes to Hollywood, Echo & the Bunnymen and many more.In 2016 Liverpool was also named the UK's best cruise port of call for the third time in four years.Cruise Critic, a sister site of Trip Advisor, handed the city the accolade due to the range of attractions within walking distance of its cruise terminal.The first Chinese community was established in Liverpool and the city still boasts the oldest Chinatown in Europe.The Great Famine in Ireland increased the Irish population of the city considerably, and at points in the 19th century, as much as 25% of the population were of Irish descent.In the 1970s and 1980s, with the decline of traditional manufacturing, unemployment once again increased beyond national averages.
For the last part of the 20th century, the focus of civic efforts in Liverpool has been rebuilding and regenerating the city.
The 20th century also witnessed the development of ‘’Merseybeat’’ the pop rock sound that propelled The Beatles onto the world stage.
Much of the current revitalization that Liverpool is experiencing comes from tourism focusing on the heritage of The Beatles in the city.
Due to its location on the western coast of England, Liverpool developed a strong maritime presence as it grew.
It was named after Liuerpul, the town established in 1190 in the same location.
The UK’s first provincial airport was built in Liverpool’s county, and the buildings erected during this time are ambitious and decadent, embodying the optimistic spirit of the city.