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UK Town and City Trivia - Belfast

Can you guess these facts about the UK city of Belfast?
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Quiz by Berney
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Last updated: January 26, 2024
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First submittedJanuary 26, 2024
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Northen Ireland county in which most of Belfast is located
Antrim
County which includes a small part of the city
Down
Popular regeneration area and tourist attraction on Belfast waterfront
Titanic Quarter
Renowned shipbuilding company that once occupied the site of the above attraction
Harland & Wolff
Major river that flows through Belfast
Lagan
Rugged hillside park to the north of the city, also home to Belfast Castle
Cave Hill Country Park
Historic Irish province of which Belfast is a part
Ulster
Main road through West Belfast, now synonymous with the city's Catholic community
Falls Road
Talented football player from Belfast who played for Manchester United - his legacy continues in the name of one of the city's airports
George Best
Large public park with a palm house and tropical ravine
Botanic Gardens
Irish Sea island destination accessible by a direct ferry from Belfast
Isle of Man
East Belfast location of Northern Ireland's Parliament Buildings
Stormont
19th century jail, now open to the public for tours, concerts and events
Crumlin Road Gaol
Belfast born writer who created the Chronicles of Narnia
C.S. Lewis
Popular and busy market area opposite the Waterfront Hall
St George's Market
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Level 62
Feb 5, 2024
Good one Berney. William Thomson (Lord Kelvin) is worth a mention too, as he was born there.