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Spires Mall and Conference Centre, Belfast

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  • Attended a conference here. The building is beautiful inside and out. Refreshments lovely, good toilet facilities & seats were padded, so comfy. Only slight negative was the level of outside noise - c...  more »
  • This is a massive and majestic building I saw when emerged from the bus terminal building Europe. It stands a little further, to the left, to Great Victoria Street station, at the intersection with Grosvenor road. The building seemed to me more like a miniature Castle: genital bashen'ki, green Spire and masonry. It is very different from other buildings in the area. I walked around the building occupies an entire block. Inside I trespassed, but judging by inscriptions, this Presbyterian Church. On the ground floor there is a café serving fries in ol'terski.
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  • Hardly any shops open. The cafe is the only redeeming factor serving a cheap but filling Ulster Fry. A few little boutique type places but mostly used as a thoroughfare.  more »