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Nice old historic clock on the edge of the city centre.
Reported to have been frequented by "hookers" in days gone by as their place of business.
Set in a nice spot between the city centre near to Custom House Square on the way to...More
If you have had one over the eight dont try telling the time by Alberts clock or you may well end up on yourback! The tower leans and with Albertlooking down on you dizziness rules.Good landmark though to direct a taxi to collet you.
Situated in Queen's Square, the clock tower was built in memory of Queen Victoria's late husband, Prince Albert. Queen Victoria was very fond of Belfast.
The fact that it leans is an added attraction to this famous landmark.
The land on which it is built...More