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City Hall, Belfast, Antrim County, Ulster, Northern Ireland
Belfast City Hall opened it`s doors on 1 August 1906 during a great time of prosperity for the city. The magnificent building is a lasting memorial to Belfast`s success and is a great source of civic pride.
The building hosts the 51 members of the city council on the first working day of every month, provides tours of its facilities for tourists and members of the public, hosts public exhibitions, it provides registration services and marriage and civil partnership ceremonies and hosts civic events.
Its elaborate architectural design has been immitated, most notably at city hall in Durban, South Africa, built in 1910, which is an almost exact replica of Belfast City Hall, and the Port of Liverpool Building, built in 1913.
SOURCE: Holger Leue 2003, courtesy of Tourism Ireland.
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