Sun, 31/10/2010 – 11:37pm — Nathan
The Ulster Museum is located in The Botanic Gardens in Belfast and has around 8000 metres of display space. The museum features collections of Fine Art, Applied Art, Archaeology, Spanish Armada, Local History, and Geology.
Sun, 31/10/2010 – 11:05pm — Nathan
The Causeway was formed 50 to 60 million years ago when Co. Antrim was subjected to intense volcanic activity. The lava rose through the chalk beds and cooled to form the hexagonal columns we see today. The height of the columns mainly depended on how fast the lava cooled. Most of the Basalt columns are hexagonal but some are known to have four, five, seven or even eight sides.
Sun, 31/10/2010 – 10:59pm — Nathan
Milltown Cemetary is located on the Falls Road in Belfast, Co.Antrim. It opened in in 1869 and aproximately 200,000 of Belfast’s citizens are buried there. Those interred there are mostly Roman Catholic, working class citizens.
Sun, 31/10/2010 – 10:57pm — Nathan
Belfast Botanic Gardens is a public park occupying 28 acres of South Belfast popular with tourists and students. The gardens are situated on the stranmillis road, a few hundred metres from Queens University, with the Ulster Museum at the main entrance.
Sun, 31/10/2010 – 10:26pm — Nathan
Crumlin Road Jail is a former prison situated in North Belfast. It is the only victorian prison left in Northern Ireland. The prison is a Grade A listed building because of its architectural and historical significance. An underground tunnel connects Crumlin Road Jail to Crumlin Road Courthouse situated at the opposite side of the road. This tunnel was ideal for transporting prisoners safely, quickly and easily to their trials. During the prisons opening in 1846 and its closing in 1996 it held approximately 25,000 prisoners.