Royal Belfast Academy Institute

The interdenominational School for children commonly called the «Inst.» is set back from the road behind pleasant gardens. The main building has a long brick facade on three floors, lightened by four pairs of bare pilasters and a frame at the back of a Doric porch. John Soane was the architect of this building, finished in 1814.

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