Find out what you didn't know about an elegant square that thousands pass through every day. Home to some of Belfast's most important institutions, the old and the new rub shoulders in Donegall Square. It is a snapshot of fine architecture from the 18th to the 21st Century.
The Linen Hall Library, Robinson & Cleaver, Belfast's grandest department store in the early 20th Century, the modernist Northern Bank, the undulating Scottish Provident, the enduring icon of City Hall: all these and more are to be found here. Find out how Donegall Square became the new centre of the city, glimpse its changing face over the years and hear the stories behind its patchwork of styles.
This tour departs PLACE, 40 Fountain Street.
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