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Liverpool's streets broad and narrow
The Irish Famine Memorial, Leece Street, Liverpool
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There are 15 stops on Liverpool's Irish heritage trail, starting with the Famine Memorial on Leece Street.
Pleasant Street School, Liverpool
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The Pleasant Street School, opened in the 1800s to provide education for Irish children in Liverpool, is still open today.
Agnes Jones' stained glass window in Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral
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Agnes Jones, commemorated in a stained glass window in the Anglican Cathedral, was a nurse who helped the poor of Liverpool.
Anglican Cathedral cemetery in Liverpool
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Like Agnes, Kitty Wilkinson was a Protestant immigrant. She pioneered good health practice and is buried at the Catherdral.
Bronze statue on the banks of the Mersey
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This bronze statue stands on the banks of the Mersey, representing the Irish Diaspora
Bronze statue on the banks of the Mersey
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The statue depicts a family on the brink of a new life on far-flung shores
St Patrick's Chapel, Park Place
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St Patrick's Chapel has a memorial to ten Catholic priests who died whilst continuing to work in plague-ravaged communities
Father Nugent's statue in St John's Gardens, Liverpool city centre
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Fr Nugent is commemorated for his work with Irish children orphaned during the Famine in St John's Gardens in the city centre.
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Publican "Dandy Pat" Byrne was a popular Irish Nationalist councillor and a memorial stands for him at St Anthony's Church.
Clarence Dock gates, Liverpool
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The gate at Clarence Dock was the first view the 1.3m Irish migrants who came to Liverpool during the Famine.





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