First Presbyterian Church

The first Presbyterian Church in Belfast (1783) is the oldest religious building still standing in the town. Its elliptical layout was designed by Roger Mulholland. The line of boxwood benches echoes the curve of the galleries, held up by columns crowned with Corinthian capitals. The Lewis organ (1907) has preserved its tubular pneumatic system and is of particular interest to visiting musicians.

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Adresse : 

Rosemary Street

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St Anne's Cathedral
St Anne's Cathedral
The building of this impressive Anglican
30 minutes
St George's Church
St George's Church
John Bowden designed the Church in 1816.
15 minutes
Albert Memorial Clock
Albert Memorial Clock
As a result of a land subsidence, the
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Royal Ulster Rifles Museum
Royal Ulster Rifles Museum
The small Museum of the Irish Light
60 minutes
St Anne's Cathedral
St Anne's Cathedral
The building of this impressive Anglican
30 minutes
St George's Church
St George's Church
John Bowden designed the Church in 1816.
15 minutes
See all