Belfast City Hall (Belfast) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Belfast at the top of Donegall Place, which is the main shopping street. The City Hall is flanked by Donegall Square East and West. Belfast City Hall is currently closed for refurbishment, but I am really looking forward to seeing it when it reopens. It is a grand building, with a beautifully ornate interior that shows off the splendour of the era perfectly. The entrance is through a stone porte-cochere and marble-lined vestibule. In front of you when you enter through the main doors is the Grand Staircase which, like the main entrance hall and landings, uses four types of marble, three from Italy and one from Greece. This magnificen... more
Customer Belfast City Hall (Belfast) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I am proud that Belfast has such a fantastic building as the centre piece and focal point of the city. There are many great sities around the world that do not have such a magnificent building overlooking the city. The first stone at City Hall was laid in 1898 and the building works took a total of 8 years to complete. The building cost less than £500,000 to complete. Belfast City Hall is located right in the centre of Belfast at the top of Donegall Place, which is the main shopping street. The City Hall is flanked by Donegall Square East and West. Belfast City Hall is currently closed for refurbishment, but I am really looking forward ... Read the complete review
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