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Belfast Central Library, Belfast

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Libraries, Traveler Resources, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
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  • Already the entry is pretty with a mosaic of tiles on the picturesque ground. A regret that lifts has preserved ancient stairs that climb describing a curve that makes them very beautiful. It has many points of reading that invite you to linger. I found that has some funds bibliographic quite good.
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  • All in all the fine Architectural building is a must explore - local & Irish newspaper collection to be seen and a lot more. 
  • Belfast Central Library. On the way to the clock tower. opened in 1888, this library was the first library in Ireland. An old library is a very special collection.
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  • Looks nice from the outside but I've never been inside since it seems to be always closed. Please thing about your opening hours.
  • A lot of books, but the opening hours are very bad.
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  • Great place.
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