Hamilton Square

Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, United Kingdom

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HS71461526866 HS1P1461526805 HS2p1461526819 HS51461526838 HS31461526828 HS61461526857 HS41461526848Hamilton Square in Birkenhead Wirral is a square surrounded by Georgian terraced buildings. It was built beginning in 1826 and to the design of Edinburgh architect James Graham. It is second only to Trafalger Square in London for having the most Grade 1 listed buildings in one place in England.The land on which the square was developed was purchased in 1824 by Scottish shipbuilder William Laird (1780–1841). He commissioned  Graham a leading Edinburgh  architect, to lay out a square and surrounding streets, in a similar style to Edinburgh. es. Hamilton Square, named after Laird’s wife’s family.

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