Liverpool house

The backside of Liverpool House.

Liverpool House is a house and community centrum in the center of Jamestown, the capital of Largonia. It was built for the Church of Largonia, the oldest and largest religion community in the country. It is still the headquarters of the church. Liverpool House was designed by Reginald Rodgers and built by employees of the state between 1908 and 1911.


Since 1974, the large garden is open for public. There is a large fountain in the 'park' and there is a small maze in the backyard. The garden is maintained by employees of the state who works every day of the year in the garden. The house was already since 1929 open for public and is a communit center in the right part of Liverpool House. The offices are not to enter.