United Kingdom / Belfast

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C. S. Lewis 1898-1963 Author and Christian apologist born on this site

Dundela Avenue, Strandtown, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Thomas McCabe c.1734-1820 William Putnam McCabe c.1776-1821 United Irishmen lived in Vicinage House on this site

St Malachi's College, Antrim Road, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Dr. William Drennan 1754-1820 patriot & radical born in the Manse on this site

Rosemary Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Philip Larkin 1922-1985 poet Sub-Librarian here 1950-1955

Old Library, Queen's University, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Edward Bunting 1773-1843 Harp music collector Organist in this church 1817-1819

St George's Church, High Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Robert Lynd 1879-1949 writer lived here

Windsor Avenue, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Professor R. M. Henry MRIA 1873-1950 the first Secretary to Academic Council 1910-1938

Lanyon Building, Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Sir William Whitla 1851-1933 Physician and Philanthropist

Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Known as the Mother Church of Belfast Methodism the Donegall Square Methodist Church opened on this site in 1806. Replaced in 1846, it remained a centre of Christian Worship and Witness until 4th December 1994. The Corinthian Pillars and Classical Facade of the original church, designed by Isaac Farrell, were integrated into the Ulster Bank Group Head Office in 1999.

Donegall Square East, Belfast, United Kingdom

Snow Patrol first gigged here 1998

Duke of York pub, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Ernest Walton 1903-1995 Physicist and Nobel Laureate at school 1915-1922

Front Door of Methodist College, Belfast, United Kingdom

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The Maritime Hotel birthplace of Rhythm 'n' Blues in Belfast April 1964 stood on this site

College Square North, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Stewart Parker 1941-1988 playwright born in this house

86 Larkfield Terrace, Sydenham, Belfast, United Kingdom

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John 'Rinty' Monaghan 1918-1984 boxer undefeated World Flyweight Champion fought here 1948 & 1949

Kings Hall, Balmoral, Belfast, United Kingdom

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"Rubicon" The family home of Pte. William F. McFadzean, Victoria Cross, who gave his life to save his comrades at Thiepval Wood on 1st July 1916 immediately prior to the Battle of The Somme

Cregagh Rd, Castlereagh, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Helen Lewis 1916-2009 dancer, choreographer, writer, Holocaust survivor who found peace and a home in Belfast taught dance here

Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast, United Kingdom

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E Estyn Evans 1905-1989 geographer lived here

100a Malone Road, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Rory Gallagher 1948-1995 legendary musician and songwriter played here

Ulster Hall (in the foyer), 34 Bedford St, BT2 7FF, Belfast, United Kingdom

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John Stewart Bell FRS 1928-1990 physicist and philosopher studied physics here 1945-1949

Queens University, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Emma Sylvia Duffin 1883-1979 Nurse WWI VAD Commandant WWII diarist, book illustrator born here

29 University Square, Belfast, United Kingdom

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1613 - 1963 This plaque was unveiled by H.R.H. The Princess Margaret Countess of Snowdon to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the granting of the first charter to Belfast in 1613 by King James the First 7th June, 1963

Belfast City Hall, Belfast, United Kingdom

Eoin Mac Néill 1867-1945 scolair Comhbhunaitheoir Chonradh na Gaeilge 1893 ar an geolaiste 1881-1887. Scholar co-founder of the Gaelic League 1893 at the college 1881-1887

Eoin Mac Néill 1867-1945 scholar co-founder of the Gaelic League 1893 at the college 1881-1887

St Malachy's College, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Robert Quigg VC 1885-1955 soldier 1st July 1916, the Somme attended school here 1893-1898

Old Causeway School (now the Nook Restaurant), 48 Causeway Road, Bushmills, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Patrick O'Connell 1887-1959 footballer Belfast Celtic, Manchester United. Manager Real Betis, FC Barcelona lived in Albert Street 1908-1909

Albert Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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John Alexander Sinton VC FRS 1884-1956 soldier Mesopotamia 21st January 1916 physician, malariologist lived at Slaughtfendan (?) Lodge, Lough Fea attended this church

Lissan Parish Church, Cookstown, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Thomas Russell 1767-1803 United Irishman 'the Man from God knows where' Librarian 1794-1796

Linenhall Hall Library, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Sir Samuel Dill 1844-1924 Classical Scholar, Educationalist and Writer lived here

94 Malone Road, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Sir Samuel Davison, an inventor, founded the Sirocco works in 1881 to manufacture tea drying machinery and later fans and ventilation systems.

Laganside Walkway, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Samuel Bennett Crooks 1920-1986 first 'Black Santa'. Founder of the Dean's 'Sit-out for Charities' at the Cathedral steps 1976

St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Forrest Reid live here 1924-1947

Ormiston Crescent, Belfast, United Kingdom

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The scars on this stone were caused in the German air raids of the Second World War. Despite severe damage to the building the Belfast Telegraph was published without interruption

Royal Avenue, Belfast, United Kingdom

Clara (Ma) Copley 1866-1949 boxing promoter lived here

Donegall Pass, Belfast, United Kingdom

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In the mid 18th century North Street housed shoemakers, iron merchants, whip makers, hat manufacturers, tobacco and snuff manufacturers, umbrell makers and brush bellows and trunk makers. The unusual 1936 listed arcade by Cowser and Smyth has showcased a variety of wares

Belfast Tourist Board, North Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

The Harp Festival of 1792 was held in the Assembly Rooms, on the upper floor of this building. It began life as a single-storey arcaded market house or 'exchange' in 1769. The upper floor was added in 1776 and Charles Lanyon italianised the exterior in 1845. Known as the 'Four Corners', all milestones out of Belfast were once measured from here.

Exchange and Assembly Rooms, Donegall Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

This was a major route on the 1680 map and was known as Broad Street in 1715. By the end of the 18th century it had the Exchange at the west end and the lime kiln dook at the east and was named after William Waring, a tanner, in 1840. 5 fish merchants out of 6 listed in the street directory were located here.

former Nambarrie Warehouse, Waring Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

Henry Joy McCracken 1767-1798 United Irishman born in a house near this site

37 High Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Mary Ann McCracken 1770 - 1866 social reformer lived here

62, Donegall Pass, Belfast, United Kingdom

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John Hewitt 1907-1987 poet lived here 1972-87

11 Stockman's Lane, Belfast, United Kingdom

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John Hewitt 1907-1987. Writings, essays, poems, art critic.

Agnes Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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first film show in Northern Ireland at The Empire Theatre

Empire Theatre, 42 Botanic Avenue, Belfast, United Kingdom

William Conor 1881-1968 artist had his studio here 1944-1959

Café Conor, 11a Stranmillis Road, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Leading Seaman James Magennis VC 1919-1985 Submariner born in Belfast

RNA club Gt Victoria St, Belfast, United Kingdom

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To commemorate Vere Foster 1819-1900 educationalist and first President of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation

23 College Gardens, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Henry George "Harry" Ferguson 1884-1960 inventor had business premises on this site

Ulster Bank building, Donegall Square East, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Singer songwriter Van Morrison lived here

125 Hyndford Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Dr James McDonnell 1763-1845. Physician 'Father of Belfast medicine' lived in a house in this street.

Donegall Place, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Viscount Bryce 1838-1922 Jurist, Historian, and Diplomat born in a house in this street

Upper Arthur Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Sir Tyrone Guthrie 1900–1971 broadcaster and theatre director. The first voice heard on 2BE-BBC Northern Ireland from here 15 September 1924

BBC Broadcasting House, Linenhall Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Sir Samuel Ferguson 1810-1886 poet and antiquarian born in 14 High Street which was on this site

23 High Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

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Joseph Campbell 1879-1944 Poet lived in Loreto Cottage on this site 1879-1906

32 Castlereagh Road, Belfast, United Kingdom

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