Britain's Historic Pub Interiors - Pub Heritage
One of the joys of Britain's pubs is their variety, from simple rural pubs to late-Victorian extravaganzas. CAMRA's Pub Heritage Group protects and promotes our historic pub interiors, and maintains the national inventory of historic pub interiors, a list of those interiors that have remained intact and/or have features of exceptional historic or architectural importance.
Visiting the Titanic Museum in Belfast
The Titanic museum itself is a massive and impressive piece of architecture, just like the actual ship. Walking a few hundred meters past the museum you can actually see and enter the site where the Titanic was constructed at the dock and pump house. To actually walk from end to end of the construction site really lets the realness of the ship sink into your bones.
City of Belfast
Capital de Irlanda del Norte, segunda ciudad mas grande de la Isla de Irlanda después de Dublin, madre del Titanic, testigo de fuertes enfrentamientos entre sus habitantes catolicos y protestantes, nacionalistas y leales al imperio británico. A mi personalmente, me gusto mucho mas esta ciudad que Dublin, me pareció mucho mas moderna y limpia. Eso si, ni se les ocurra quedar atravesados en un cruce peatonal si el semáforo cambia de rojo a verde, los conductores son realmente agresivos.
Cafe Vaudeville, Belfast
Exuding all the glamour of Baz Luhrmann's wildest fantasy - the only things missing from this latest downtown watering hole are a girl on a swing and a bird in a gilded cage, but we're sure they're working on it. Another old bank HQ which has been tastefully converted into a temple of hedonism. The upstairs 'Bolli Bar' attracts local 'celebs' and perma-tanned wannabes, leaving the ground floor flirting zone to Chantelles, Prestons and the occasional Galloway. Cheesy retro tunes sit…
The Crown Bar. Belfast.
The Crown Liquor Saloon in Great Victoria Street, Belfast is one of Victorian gin palaces which once flourished in the industrial cities of Britain. Today wonderfully preserved and owned by the National Trust, the Crown is still well used by the people of Belfast. The interior of the bar is no less decorative than the exterior, boasting beautiful carved snugs, and an ornate bar, floor and ceiling. The year 1885 was an era of emancipation in Ireland, which saw a sharp increase in the building…
The Leaning Albert Memorial Clock - Belfast
The Albert Memorial Clock is a tall clock tower situated at Queen's Square in Belfast. It was completed in 1869 and is one of the best known landmarks of Belfast. As a result of being built on wooden piles on marshy, reclaimed land around the River Farset, the top of the tower leans four feet off the perpendicular. Due to this movement, some ornamental work on the belfry was removed in 1924 along with a stone canopy over the statue of the Prince. Being situated close to the docks, the tower…
Belfast 1955: Gorgeous Photographs Of The City Of Ships - Flashbak
In 1955, Bert Hardy recorded life in Belfast, Northern Ireland, a city famous throughout the world for shipbuilding for Picture Post.
Queen's University Belfast: Shaping a Better World since 1845
A prestigious Russell Group UK university, Queen's University Belfast is a leader in innovation and impact, and is ranked 200 in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021)
Belfast, Northern Ireland- Travel Squire
City of Hidden Giants By Mike Flemming and Jaime Steele of Belfast Creative Agency Say Belfast to most people English speaking or not, and perhaps an image of war-torn strife springs to mind. But say it to anyone who’s been to the city in the past few years and they’ll ... Read more
Belfast City Hall
Belfast City Hall was designed by Alfred Brumwell Thomas and completed in 1906, it is the home of Belfast City Council. The principle landing and Rotunda area area enriched with marble work similar to the main entrance. A major feature is the mural by Belfast Artist John Luke, depicting the industry and the foundation of the City.