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Donegall Square, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 5GS, Northern Ireland
Completed in 1906 to commemorate Queen Victoria giving Belfast the status of City in 1888, the City Hall was built in the classic Renaissance style in Portland Stone. Its crowning feature is the great Dome, covered with copper and terminating with a ...
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Cave Hill, Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Belfast Castle is a beautiful Scottish Baronial castle which is set on the side of Belfasts Cave Hill, 40 ft above sea level. Beautiful theme gardens, way marked walks and Heritage Centre. Tours will take place only when there is not a function being...
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Queens University, University Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland
Located within the delightful Laryon building, the Centre houses a variety of exhibitions, and provides information and University life and has a retails facility for gifts and souvenirs. The Queens Visitor Centre is approximately a 5 minute walk fro...
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2 Queens Quay, Belfast, BT3 9QQ, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Odyssey Arena is the showpiece of Odyssey, Northern Ireland's Millennium Project, and one of the world's most adventurous and exciting leisure and entertainment venues. The Odyssey complex also features W5, an interactive science and technology centr...
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Queens University Of Belfast, University Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT9
The fine facade of the Main Building, designed by Charles Lanyon, conceals a quiet, restful quadrangle. This was the original Queens College: the University has expanded throughout the immediate area, including all the houses on University Square, th...
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2 to 4 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT2 7HR
The Grand Opera House, Northern Irelands Premier Theatre, presents a programme of the very best in live theatrical performances to satisfy the widest possible range of tastes and ages such as musicals, opera, ballet, comedy, concerts and pantomine. D...
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Barnett Park, Upper Malone Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT9 5TB, Northern Ireland
Malone House is an elegant 19th Georgian century mansion set in the parkland of Barnett Demense in South Belfast and is home of the Higgin Art Gallery. Permanent exhibition on Belfast parks. Restaurant on ground floor with wheelchair access and art g...
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Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Parliament Buildings are not usually open to the general public, but guided tours may be arranged in advance for visiting conference groups, etc. Don't miss the walk along the Processional Way from the main gates; it's reputed to be exactly one mile ...
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May Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1
A revitalised corner of Belfast's colourful heritage. Don't miss the displays of locally caught fish and fresh produce in one section and everything from discount clothing to second-hand videos in the aptlynamed Variety Market....
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121 Donegall Road, Belfast, BT12 5JL
Architect: Graeme-Watt and Tullock. The Carnegie Library was gifted by Andrew Carnegie, the famous Scottish-American steel magnate, to Belfast City Corporation in 1908 as a place of public learning. A major restoration project to provide office suite...
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Belfast Castle, Antrim Road, Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
The fascinating story of cave Hill, Belfast Castle and the Cave Hill Country Park is told.
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Circular Road, Belfast, BT4 2NA, Northern Ireland
1870. Architect: Thomas Jackson. This Victorian villa in Italianite style set in extensive grounds was built for James Craig, a highly successful businessman who became a millionaire (Larmour). His son was first Prime Minister of Northern Ireland. ...
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