Belfast is the main city of Northern Ireland and is full of history. Of course, not so long ago Belfast was not a very peaceful city due to the fights between catholics and protestants and the peace lines or peace walls are a witness of this past. But Belfast is also the city which saw the Titanic come to life and you can still see the Titanic’s Dock and the Pump-House which was once the beating heart of Harland & Wolffs operation during the construction of the Titanic. Also, you can find a memorial to honor the victims of the Titanic at the Belfast City Hall, a baroque revival building built by the end of the XIXth century.
The Belfast Castle is a must do of the city, located in the Cave Hill area of north Belfast, was built in the 1860s. Located 400 foot above sea level, the castle offers and it is a beautiful example of Victorian architecture.
For the fashionistas, the West Coast Cooler Fashionweek starts on the 13th up to the 16th october and you can discover the last creations of the north-irish fashion.
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Tuesday 13 September 2011 19:46 | Published by Blogtelopia-krds2 | Categoriy: General Tourism