A landmark building in Belfast. To be honest, the capital of Northern Ireland, Bay City is really small, a few streets even after visiting the city. The city hall is in the heart of the city center, in Victorian and Byzantine style, which vaguely retains the majestic atmosphere of the great empire.
It can be said to be a landmark building in the center of Belfast. The typical Victorian classical dome, the bright green roof, the magnificent colonnade, the intricate carvings, the broad green space, and the surrounding is the most prosperous commercial street in the city. .
Belfast City Hall is the most famous building in the entire Northern Ireland region. It is a typical Gothic building. The green vault is his symbol. The entire city hall is very grand. It is open to the public. You can make an appointment to visit it. It is worthwhile to learn about the history of Northern Ireland.
First time I've ever felt a foreign-style building. It's amazing.
Belfast City Hall is the most magnificent and famous building here. It has a grand appearance, and the green dome tower in the center of the building is very beautiful. The City Hall is open to the public for visiting. There are many exquisite murals and cultural relics inside. It is one of the must-see attractions in Belfast. You must come.
First came to Belfast City Hall this morning. I was lucky today. There are no major events in the City Hall. Everyone can visit together. City Hall is located in Dengol Square in the heart of Belfast, Northern Ireland. Built in 1898-1906 by architect Alfred Brumwell Thomas, the cost was £369,000, which was derived from the profits of the gas industry. Its appearance is Baroque Revival style, with towers on all four corners, and a 53-meter green dome in the center that controls the skyline of the city center. The city hall is magnificent. I photographed the most prominent 173-meter-high main dome and the gorgeous staircase designed by three Italian marbles. What attracted my attention was the beautiful stained glass windows. Of course, these are also Story of. As long as you enter the sky above Belfast, you can see City Hall from any angle. It is a symbol of the success of the British Industrial Revolution, and as a whole it shows the artistic characteristics of the Italian Renaissance. I took a picture of the free opening hours of the city hall. Don’t forget to check it out if you want to go.
It's worth going, the front desk can rent an explainer, the one written in Mandarin instead of Chinese, 3.5 fat.