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Belfast History: The Origins of a City

Belfast or, in Irish, Béal Feirste means “river mouth of the sandbanks”. It is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, and the second largest on the island of Ireland. By population, it is...

Things to do in Cobh: A Charming Port Town in County Cork

Located just off the coast of County Cork, you'll discover the alluring harbour town of Cobh. The charming town has an incredible history, between 1848 and 1950, its port played an important role in helping...

24 Hours in Belfast: Experience the Best of Northern Ireland’s Capital City

Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland, is a completely different place to the one that has been told in the history books. The Troubles which played a dominant role in the city for many...

Stories of Bravery on the RMS Titanic

The ill-fated voyage taken by the Titanic in 1912 has been at the forefront of people’s minds in the more than 100 years since the tragedy. On its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York...
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SS Nomadic, Belfast-The Titanic’s Sister Ship

SS Nomadic is the last remaining White Star Line ship. Designed by Thomas Andrews—also the designer of the RMS Titanic—and built by Harland and Wolff in the Belfast shipyards, the SS Nomadic was launched on...
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Titanic Museum Belfast, Northern Ireland

World Renown Visitor Attraction Titanic Belfast is one of the many spectacular heritage attractions in Belfast, particularly in Titanic Quarter. It is attractions like the SS Nomadic ship, the last remaining liner of the White Star...
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Where was Titanic Built? TITANIC QUARTER BELFAST-Harland & Wolff

"Icebergs loomed up and fell astern and we never slackened. It was an anxious time with the Titanic's fateful experience very close in our minds”. Captain Arthur H Rostron, Commander of the Carpathia (recounting the Carpathia's...