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Nature and Parks
Neighbourhoods and Streets
Giant’s Causeway has a spectacular landscape of about 40,000 polygon...
Nature and Parks
The 19th century Belfast Castle sits 400 feet above sea level on Cave ...
Belfast’s illustrious seafaring narrative comes alive at the greates...
Belfast City Hall on Donegall Square is the seat of the Belfast City C...
The Stormont Parliament Buildings are the seat of the Northern Ireland...
The shipyard of Harland and Wollfe, which built the Titanic, has 2 cra...
The Botanic Gardens in Belfast have been open to public since 1895, of...
Neighbourhoods and Streets
HMS Caroline at Alexandria Dock is a decommissioned C-class light crui...
The Albert Memorial Clock on Queen's Square was completed in 1869 as a...
The Ulster Folk Museum presents the traditional Irish lifestyle and cu...
Belfast Exposed is a photography gallery showcasing contemporary shots...
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Giant's Causeway — The Giant's Causeway by Paul AllisonView from the Giant's Causeway looking South West.
In the foreground are some of the 40000 basalt columns which form this famous landmark. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Most of the columns are hexagonal but some have four, five, seven or even eight sides. The tallest are about 40 feet high. In the distance can be seen the next headland along the coast, Great Stookan.
Belfast Castle — The Belfast Castle by Dan MerinoThe Belfast Castle
Belfast Port — HMS Belfast by Hugh Llewelyn"Town" Class (3rd Group) or "Enlarged Southampton" Class Light Cruiser "HMS Belfast" (launched 1938) undergoing a refit...
Titanic Experience — Titanic, Belfast by Metro Centric
SS Nomadic — SS Nomadic & Titanic Belfast by Nico KaiserDie SS Nomadic ist das letzte verbleibende Schiff der White Star Line und liegt in Belfast, neben dem Titanic-Museum
Harland and Wolff — Harland and Wolff mural in Belfast by Dom0803Harland and Wolff mural in Belfast.
Belfast City Hall — Belfast City Hall by William Murphy from Dublin, IrelandBelfast City Hall Has Lots Of Statues And Memorials Statues and monuments on public view: Korean Memorial This granite memorial is for the 208 officers and men of the Royal Ulster Rifles killed or wounded at the Battle of Chaegunghyon on 3 January 1951 during the Korean War. It was relocated from St Patrick's Barracks in Ballymena to the Cenotaph at Belfast City Hall in May 2008. It was originally erected near the South Korean capital, Seoul, but was brought to Northern Ireland in 1962. Titanic Memorial Moved to its current location on 24 March 1960, this memorial was originally unveiled on 26 June 1920 in Donegall Square North. It is the last work of acclaimed sculptor Thomas Brock who died two months after its unveiling. The Belfast-built RMS Titanic, part of the White Star Line, sank on 15 April 1912. In the memorial, the female figure of Thane looks down upon two sea nymphs as they rise from the waves with the body of a drowned seaman in their arms. The names of the dead include the ship's designer Thomas Andrews and doctor John Simpson. Queen Victoria Queen Victoria succeeded King William IV on 20 June 1837 and her coronation took place a year later. The memorial was erected to celebrate the monarch's jubilee and was paid for by public shilling subscription. It was built by Thomas Brock and unveiled by King Edward VII on 27 July 1903. The Sicilian marble statue is 11 feet high. On each side are two life-size bronze figures which represent spinning and shipbuilding respectively. At the back is a bronze figure of a child, thought to represent education. Sir Edward Harland A memorial to Sir Edward J Harland Bart MP, the former head of Harland and Wolff shipbuilding yard and Mayor of Belfast from 1885 to 1886, was unveiled on 23 June 1903 by the Earl of Glasgow. It was also sculpted by Thomas Brock. Belfast War Memorial (Cenotaph) The Belfast War Memorial is in the form of a cenotaph with the background of a colonnade. The memorial was unveiled by Field Marshall Viscount Allenby on Armistice Day, 11 November 1929. It was designed by Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas and constructed by WJ Campbell between 1925 and 1927. The colonnade consists of a Greek order of columns on a stylobate with an enriched cornice and balustrade. Statue of Sir James Horner Haslett. James Horner Haslett (January 1832 - 18 August 1905) was an Irish Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1885 to 1886. Haslett was the son of the Rev. Henry Haslett of Castlereagh, co. Down and his wife Mary Wilson daughter of John Wilson, linen merchant of Drumcroon, Coleraine. He was educated at Academical Institute Belfast and became a chemist and druggist. He was an alderman, and a J.P. of Belfast. At the 1885 general election Haslett was elected Member of Parliament for Belfast West. He held the seat until 1886. He was mayor of Belfast in 1887 and knighted in the same year. He was mayor again in 1888. Haslett died at the age of 73. Monument to William James Pirrie, Lord Mayor of Belfast, Shipbuilder. William James Pirrie, Viscount Pirrie, also called (1909u201321) Baron Pirrie Of Belfast (born May 31, 1847, Quebec, Canada East [now Quebec province, Canada]u2014died June 7, 1924, at sea), Irish shipbuilder who controlled the largest ship-construction firm in the world and built the liner Titanic. In 1862 Pirrie became apprentice to the Belfast shipbuilding firm of Harland and Wolff. By the time he was 27 he had been made a partner and was soon left in almost exclusive control. He traveled widely to gain experience in ship design and to study practical shipping requirements. He contributed much to the burgeoning steel shipbuilding industry, and for many years the largest passenger liners in the world came from his yards, notably the Olympic, the Britannic, and the Titanic. Pirrie was also prominent in the development of the diesel engine for marine propulsion. Cr
Stormont Parliament Buildings — Stormont - Belfast - Northern Ireland by William MurphyThe Parliament Buildings, known as Stormont because of its location in the Stormont area of Belfast, is the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly and ...
Samson and Goliath Cranes — "Samson" and "Goliath", Belfast - geograph.org.uk - 2205516 by Albert BridgeEnglish: "Samson" and "Goliath Belfast
River Lagan — THE LAGAN - WATERFRONT AREA OF BELFAST CITY by William MurphyI had planned to visit the major cities of Ireland at least twice per year so I cannot believe that it is two years since I last paid a visit to Belfa...
Belfast Botanic Gardens — Belfast Botanic Gardens glasshouse by Robert YoungPalm house at Belfast's Botanic Gardens.
Crumlin Road Gaol — Former Crumlin Road Gaol, Belfast (2) by Albert BridgeThe former main entrance x96 originally built as the Governorx92s house.
High Street — High Street - Belfast by William Murphy
St Anne's Cathedral — St Anne's Cathedral. by Reading TomAcademy Street, Belfast. Designed by Thomas Drew and completed in stages from 1898, with the nave completed in 1904. In 1924 it was decided to build t...
Shankill Road — Peace Wall between Falls and Shankill Roads by Reading Tom
HMS Caroline — HMS Caroline by Reading TomA C-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy launched in 1914 that saw combat service in the First World War and served as an administrative centre in th...
Albert Memorial Clock — Belfast - The Albert Memorial Clock (in the distance) by William MurphyThe buildings and structures of Belfast comprise many styles of architecture ranging from Edwardian through to state-of-the-art modern buildings like ...
Ulster Folk and Transport Museum — Belfast Corporation Tram 357 by Reading TomAt the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. Built 1929
Exploris Aquarium — 88224741 explorisinterior by Obraniff766English: Tanks in the facility
World of Owls — Laura Close from the Department for Employment and Learning’s Employment Service and YES participant Zolene Mayberry. by Northern Ireland Executive
Belfast Exposed —