Stormont Government Buildings (Belfast) Reviews
Newest Review: ... in the parliamentary grounds by members of the public for obvious reasons. The park itself is undergoing regeneration and becoming a more prominent Tourist attraction. The grasslands are well tended to and wonderfully cut. The trees are well pruned and even it was the end of Winter when I went, the sign that the summer in the park was going to be superb was evident. With a large supply of buds on the trees and flowerbeds ready to be planted up. At the very entrance to the building, behind the dominating figure of James Carson, are 2 rows of old, Yew Trees that are a delight to see. These lead up t the famous steps where the likes of Ber... more
Customer Stormont Government Buildings (Belfast) Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/02/08 (Very useful, 68 readings)
On a cold, yet sunny, say i traveled to Stormont for a walk that I found in The Belfast Telegraph to carry out. Having never been to Stormont before I wasn't quite sure what i was letting myself in for. Stormont is Northern Ireland's political equivalent to the Houses of West minster. Stormont is the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly, currently headed by Rev. Ian Paisley, of the DUP, and his deputy Martin McGuinness of Sinn Fein. The Parliament Buildings are known as Stormont because of there location in the Stormont area of Belfast. The Stormont Buildings are set in acres of parkland and are really very grand when viewed from the entrance. ... Read the complete review
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