The most important aspect about Liverpool that people would miss if they had to leave

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The most important aspect about Liverpool that people would miss if they had to leave

Liverpool is a city that has it all for many people.

A historic city center with gorgeous listed buildings, a thriving food and beverage industry, and a famous shoreline.

There are also beautiful green parks and lovely coasts close by.

Not to mention the people, who have long been known for their warmth and sense of humour throughout the city.

We asked people who like our What’s On Facebook page what they’d miss the most about Liverpool if they went away this week.

It certainly got people talking, with many people expressing their feelings about their favorite aspects of the city. There’s a much to miss about Liverpool, from a bowl of scouse and the accent to the architecture, ferries, and shopping. However, one response stood out above the rest…

What is the most important aspect about Liverpool that you would miss if you had to leave?

“People and their ability to laugh in nearly any situation” Warriner, Jan Farrell

“ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING,” says the narrator, “but especially the people.” Sandra Taylor is a writer who lives in the United

“Everton brow enjoys driving and seeing the magnificent skyline of my city.” Michael Parr (Michael Parr)

What is the most important aspect of Liverpool that you would miss if you went away? Let us know what you think in the comments area.

“Lived away for years and to be honest the stuff I miss are stuff that have long gone in Liverpool so each time I return I feel it’s not the same anyway. Shopping in Lewis’s, going to the Golden Phoenix for Chinese, Church St before L1, and nights out in the late 1990s and early 2000s were all things I enjoyed. Personally, I miss a certain period of time in Liverpool, if that makes sense.” Louise Doherty

“Anfield and Coopers.” Gerard Walsh

“I did move away, for a year to the Swiss Alps! I missed the people and their humour! And defo L1. Summary ends.

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