Where Is Merseyside?


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Merseyside is located in England, towards the north east. It has been named after the river Mersey which divides the county in two. There is no land link but connectivity between the two parts is established by the traditional ferry or tunnels built for road and rail. It lies to the north of Cheshire, west of Greater Manchester and south of Lancashire.

The county has a total population of around a 160,000 people. The primary city of the county is Liverpool.

The county has several places of interest including Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool Museum, Bidston Windmill, Leasowe Castle, Mersey Tunnels, Childe of Hale, Gambier Terrace, Anfield, Cavern Club, Tate Liverpool, Anfield, Liverpool Cathedral and many more.

The county is divided into five administrative districts including Liverpool, Knowsley, St Helens, Sefton and Wirral.

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