Donegall Square

At the heart of Belfast, this square's gardens are dotted with statues; note Queen Victoria, surrounded by allegorical representations of the textile industry and shipbuilding (see the memorial to the Titanic, built here in Belfast). To the south is Yorkshire House, decorated with busts of famous men, gods and goddesses; to the west are offices (1899-1902) by local architects Young and Mackenzie for Scottish Provident; and finally to the north the Linen Warehouse (1869) and Linen Hall Library (1788).

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Donegall Square

Nearby tourist attractions

City Hall
City Hall
The town hall (1898-1906) was built to
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St Malachy's Church
St Malachy's Church
This redbrick crenellated Catholic
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Church House
Church House
Young and Mackenzie, Belfast architects,
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Crown Liquor Saloon
Crown Liquor Saloon
The Victorian interior is richly
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Royal Belfast Academy Institute
Royal Belfast Academy Institute
The interdenominational School for
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First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
The first Presbyterian Church in Belfast
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City Hall
City Hall
The town hall (1898-1906) was built to
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St Malachy's Church
St Malachy's Church
This redbrick crenellated Catholic
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Church House
Church House
Young and Mackenzie, Belfast architects,
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See all