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At The Big Fish you'll hear the history of Belfast (the Salmon of knowledge has to tell) . We will then cross the River Lagan and into East Belfast. to view Modern Street Art, Political Murals from the period known as the Troubles and pass through the area Titanic Shipbuilder workers lived from the 1890s. Finishing in C.S. Lewis Sq (home to The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe Sculptures) from the book/movie Narnia. We'll then continue to finish at the Birth Place of Titanic.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Big Fish, Belfast, Northern Ireland We'll start at the birthplace of the city Béal Feirste. By the Big fish. From here you'll also see the Albert Memorial Clock. We will then past the beacon of Hope, and into East Belfast across the River Lagan. Where we'll pass through areas of conflict during the period known as the Troubles. pass along a Peace Wall. All while viewing Murals from this time period. You will also see Street Art with a message of Peace. That are now replacing the more militant ones you'll also see. East Belfast is home to where the Titanic Shipbuilder Workers lived. And we will past some streets they lived in and view a sculpture to remember them. Then you will view areas that bring communities together after the conflict. And then spend some time in C.S Lewis Park. After which we will continue to the Birthplace of Titanic in the Titanic Quarter. Duration: 2 hours
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