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Belfast Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of St. Anne, has stood for over 100 years as a place of Christian worship in the heart of Belfast. The foundation stone of the Cathedral was laid in 1899 and the building itself, Romanesque in...more
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Beautiful cathedral. I visited during the week, and there were wonderful people at an information desk at the entrance, that gave me a map and told me about the sites inside, which was very helpful. The cathedral is magnificent. Sometimes there are concerts in the...More
Belfast Cathedral, also known as St Anne's Cathedral, was constructed 1899-1904 in a neo-Romanesque style. It is a cathedral of the Church of Ireland, that is the Anglican Church. The architecture is not overly ornate or distinct in any other way, other than for the...More
The church has a most unusual spire, made of stainless steel. It is called the Spire of Hope and was erected in 2007. Apparently the foundations are not strong enough to support a traditionally built spire. It's not an old church, because it was built...More
We came across this towering cathedral while exploring the central part of Belfast on foot, towards the end of our one day visit to the city.
Because our time was somewhat limited, we baulked at paying the £5 admission fee to view the interior of...More
Our black taxi cab driver took us to this lovely cathedral after our tour. It was not his home parish but one that he really loved. We had a tour by a local volunteer and felt they were thankful we had come. It is truly...More
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These are buoys presented to the city to mark it's maritime history by the irishCommissioners of lights who are in charge of coastal safety lighthouses etc talk of moving them to the Cathedral quarter which might be a more... More
These are buoys presented to the city to mark it's maritime history by the irishCommissioners of lights who are in charge of coastal safety lighthouses etc talk of moving them to the Cathedral quarter which might be a more appropriate place for them T