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Monument to the Unknown Woman Worker, Belfast

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  • This has been around for so long it's easy to overlook it if you pass it regularly. Excellent piece of sculpture. Was somewhat controversial when it first appeared all those years. Perhaps we live in ...  more »
  • An interesting monument, expressive and with meaning. Located directly opposite the entrance to the Europa shopping centre, near the Opera. At first I didn't understand exactly where, because the pointers in Belfast is a little strange, but then coming back from a pier in the Center, went just past this monument, as coincidentally is the shortest way. I am happy that he saw, it seems to me that this is a worthwhile piece of art.
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  • This sculpture was by Louise Walsh in 1992 and has become something of a landmark. There is a school.of thought that the ladies were originally meant to portray the 'working girls' who used to hang ar...  more »