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All About Our City of Liverpool

Liverpool is a city that is carefully steeped in the maritime history, and it is also the city whereby the Irish Sea meets with the River Mersey. So you may be wondering where the name Liverpool came from. Well, in the year 1911, there was a city that was known as Liverpool which means a creek or a pool that has muddy water. Over the years that passed by, the name was able to evolve as a result of many different spellings that came to pass. Some of these evolution names include Lytherpole,Leuerepul, Litherpoole and Lyuerpole and finally Liverpool which was the name that stuck. The pool element that is in the name is said to refer to a pool which can be defined as an outlet which flowed where the Paradise Street and Whitechapel now stand to go all the way to Mersey. However, the river element of the name is still under a lot of debate. There are those historians who refer to it as a livered which is a slow flowing water in the stream especially because of asignificant amount of weed that is growing in the area. Other historical interpretations tend to look at the mythical liver which may be similar to the loving bird. The origins of Liverpool The origins of the city of Liverpool tend to date all the way back to the year 1207. This was the time in which King John went ahead to issue letters that had patents with the main aim of advertising the establishments that are now known as the new borough also referred to as Livpul. Right...