As you enter Trinity College, you are greeted by the Campanile between Parliament and Library Squares. It was designed by Charles Lanyon, a famous architect who dominated architecture in Belfast during the 19th century. The 100 foot, granite bell tower was constructed in 1853 after a generous donation by Lord John Beresford, the former Archbishop of Armagh. The landmark is accented with four statues by Thomas Kirk. They represent Law, Medicine, Divinity and Science.