This ornate clock tower, a memorial Prince Albert, is situated in Queens Square in Belfast. It stands 43 metres high. It is more renown for the fact it tilts, Belfast leaning tower, work was completed in 2002 to shore up and halt the tilt. We visited the Clock Tower during our walk around Belfast on Saturday morning 29th April. It... 更多
Good to see as walking through the town, not a must see but actually a very beautiful clock. On the end of town by the big fish, so good to go past if your taking a stroll along the water on the evening. Interesting to see there sights of passing. Very easy to find x
I guess you could call it a smaller and less famous version of Big Ben - less history and more modern. Anyway you could see the tower from quite far away. A good spot to meet friends.
This tower is Belfast's own Leaning Tower - its point is more than a meter off center. This is due to the Lagan river flowing under it, but don't worry - it's safe, thanks to recent work to shore up the base. It really is an arresting piece of architecture and a good picture - not much to do beyond... 更多
You will notice this clock while visiting the Cathedral quarter of Belfast. Interesting bit of history behind the building of the clock and is the combo of the leaning tower of Pisa/Elizabeth Clock combo. If you take the HOHO tour, they mention the history of its building while on the tour. Not something to go out of my way to... 更多
Best for the stories the locals tell about it and the swamp it was built on - hence the inclination. You can get the overhead cranes of the Harland and Woolf shipyard in the background ofa photo opf the tower. Nice area to walk aeound. The oldest pub in Belfast is across the road.