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Albert Memorial Clock Tower, Belfast

Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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  • It leans around 4 and a half ft from centre and is a Clock. you can really see it lean from the right angle, and, if your in Belfast, you don't have to make a 'special' trip to go and see it as you'll...  read more »
  • A little Big Ben near the Cathedral quarter. I think it was leaning to one side but then I had been drinking a lot of Guiness. Can' remember if it was leaning in the James Mason film ' The Odd Man Out...  read more »
  • This monument is in the area of the Big Fish, before crossing the bridge to go to visit the Museum of the Titanic, is beautiful and worth seeing and take pictures.
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  • Nice big clock to commemorate Prince Albert. Small water park behind it.
  • Belfasts famous leaning clock. Make sue to stop by in mchughs for a pint.
  • You'll know where you are in Belfast with the Memorial Clock. Nicely designed too!
  • Nice clock, bit bent.
  • A great monument in a historic city
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