Lennon and McCartney Liverpool Houses Protected By Govt
The Liverpool Echo reports that Heritage and Tourism Minister John Penrose made the announcement about giving a the Grade II listing honor to 20 Forthlin Road (Macca's home) and 251 Menlove Avenue (Lennon's house) while visiting the home Lennon shared with his Aunt Mimi.
John Penrose said: "It's almost impossible to overestimate the significance the Beatles had – and continue to have – on western life and culture since they first came together in the early 1960s.
"These houses, unremarkable from the outside, have been painstakingly preserved and restored so visitors today can get a real sense of how life must have been for the group as they were starting up. more on this story
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