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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Seat of Learning



Queen's University Belfast, our principal seat of learning in Northern Ireland. It was chartered in 1845 by Queen Victoria.   These buildings were designed by architect Sir Charles Lanyon, and opened in 1849.




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24 comments:

  1. Hi Christine.

    Beautiful photo,s beautiful imposing university.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. Christine, I'm afraid if I were a student at this lovely university that I would just daydream looking at all the beautiful details. Thanks so much for sharing this treasure, please stop back again.

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  3. Fantastic old building! It looks as though it belongs in a movie!

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  4. What a beautiful building enhanced by your photography

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  5. I love the gorgeous architecture.

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  6. my goodness they sure could build back in the day! amazing structure!

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  7. I like the look of this place. It kind of reminds me of a University building in St. Louis Missouri.

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  8. Wow! What an incredibly beautiful building. Love your last shot! Enjoy your week Christine.

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  9. Looks almost Tudor. The angel on the plinth is interesting!
    I know people who have studied here but don't think I've ever actually seen the building.
    Thank you Christine!

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  10. It's wonderful! I love to see old buildings like that!

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  11. Great architecture. It reminds me of buildings I've seen near me.

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  12. What a wonderful looking old building.
    I'm sure it has many stories to tell. : )

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  13. Those are such ornate buildings.

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  14. Beautiful details on this building.

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  15. Maravilhosas fotos trouxeste,adorei! beijos,chica

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  16. What a wonderful building--it's so beautiful.

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  17. Um edifício bem bonito ao serviço da cultura.
    Um abraço e boa semana.
    Andarilhar

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  18. Beautiful ornate building! .. how wonderful it would be to study there. And how wonderful to visit it ... thank you for sharing!

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