Dome of City Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland - Encircle Photos

Dome of City Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland

The green copper dome of the Belfast City Hall is a prominent landmark. One layer of the Portland stone is supported by Ionic columns while the other is surrounded by balusters before reaching its 173 foot summit. On the left is one of four corner towers. The Baroque Revival design was created by Alfred Brumwell Thomas. Affectionately called the “Wedding Cake,” the City Council’s building opened in 1906.

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Donegall Square, Belfast, BT1 5GS

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