Whether it is day or night, this building has always been an obvious landmark along the road into the main city along the harbor. You can see this small square along the bridge with various colors at night. The height of the entire clock tower is not bad, but a single one looks like a sketch on the street, watching the people waiting at the bus terminal next to it. Even the clock tower has designed a tunnel to increase the beauty of the building when crossing the road.
The Albert Clock Tower, in the center of Belfast, is the clock tower where Queen Victoria commemorates her deceased husband, and it is also a landmark in Belfast. There are many bars and restaurants in the surrounding area, and Big Fish and City Hall are also nearby. The graffiti opposite is very creative.
The Albert Bell Tower, completed in 1876, was built in front of a square of St George's Church. The structure is exquisite, including gilded spires, multicolored marble, mosaics, and huge gilded and iron fences.
The bell tower is not low in height and looks conspicuous, good special symbol. Recommend to visit.
It’s a pretty good park, it’s a very cost-effective place. You can relax your mind, get rid of the dirt, calm your mind, take a leisurely walk, and enjoy yourself.
This is one of the landmark buildings in Belfast, built in memory of Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria. The bell tower is inclined 1.25 meters from the vertical and the tower is 35 meters high. The memorial clock has a history of more than 120 years and was designed by William Barry, who is also the designer of Ulster Hall in Belfast. The memorial clock is known as the perfect fusion of French and Italian Gothic styles, and is also called the "Leaning Tower of Pisa" by locals in Belfast.
In the center of Belfast, in fact, no matter where it is, it will become the center here, because you can see this clock tower from close or far away. It is definitely a landmark building. It is said that this was built by Queen Victoria to commemorate the death of her husband.