Belfast City Hall
Donegall Square, Belfast BT1 Route Planner
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Construction of the impressive city hall began at the end of the Victorian era and was completed in 1906. The Classical-style buildings are adorned with a smattering of Rococo-inspired features; the copper dome supported by columns is reminiscent of Washington's Capitol building. The pompous and grandiloquent interior harks back to the history of Belfast. Of particular interest, in the lobby, is the original Royal Charter granted to Belfast by James I in 1613.


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  • From €111
    Cosy and modern apartment HEART OF BELFAST
    Suberb 9.2
    97 m - Adelaide Street, Belfast BT2 8HH
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    Ten Square Hotel
    Fabulous 8.7
    126 m - 10 Donegall Square South, Belfast BT1 5JD
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    The Flint
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    175 m - 48 Howard Street, Belfast BT1 6PG

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