Church of St.Luke, Liverpool, UK
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Foster designed St.Luke's in the early 1800s. It was consecrated on the 12th of
St Luke's was destroyed by an incendiary bomb (dropped by the German Air Force during WWII) on Monday, 5th of May 1941.
The shell of St.Luke's still stands today and is known as "the bombed-out church".
A memorial to the suffering and death caused by the Irish famine has been placed within the grounds of the park that surrounds the church.
The Church of St.Luke can be found on the corner of Berry Street and Leece Street, Liverpool, England.