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Please refresh the page and retry. F or a relatively small place, Belfast certainly has an impressive number of ties to history: For non-history buffs, the city offers other delightful attractions, from food markets to pub crawls. Tours further afield including Game of Thrones locations are also offered. Do this first if this is your first time in Belfast. Tickets are valid for 48 hours, so you can do a recce and come back for more. Daily, every minutes from 10am-4pm Starting point: Castle Place Prices:

Serious disorder is unfolding across Belfast, with passengers held inside the City Airport terminal, masked men hijacking a bus and setting it on fire, a pipe bomb discovery, tyres being set on fire in the street and missiles thrown. Vehicles were hijacked and torched in Northern Ireland amid violence linked to traditional loyalist bonfires. Masked men, one carrying a gun, hijacked a bus and set it on fire in Belfast, police said, in one of several incidents unfolding across the city during Eleventh Night disorder. A suspected pipe bomb also detonated dating belfast fish to a police operation to clear a contentious fire site in Belfast while other security alerts prompted the closure of main roads, with one incident preventing newly-arrived passengers exiting Belfast City Airport. Masked men also used burning cars to block roads close to the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald on the outskirts of Belfast. There is no suggestion all the incidents are linked but the trouble falls on Eleventh Night, an annual Ulster Protestant celebration when bonfires are traditionally lit. No firefighters were injured. While the majority of Eleventh Night fires in Northern Ireland pass off without incident each year, in recent times there have been community tensions in east Belfast over the size of the Bloomfield Walkway and Cluan Place pyres, with many residents fearful of potential damage to their properties.

The history of Belfast as a settlement goes back to the Iron Age, [1] but its status as a major urban centre dates to the 18th century. Belfast today is the capital of Northern Ireland. Belfast was throughout its modern history a major commercial and industrial centre, but the late 20th century saw a decline in its traditional industries, particularly shipbuilding. The city's history has been marked by violent conflict between Catholics and Protestants which has caused many working class areas of the city to be split into Catholic and Protestant areas. In recent years the city has been relatively peaceful and major redevelopment has occurred, especially in the inner city and dock areas. The Belfast area has been occupied since at least the Iron Age.
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George Cummings has been jailed for humiliating and degrading Christina Evans Argent and another woman in separate attacks. A vile double rapist who drugged a mum and subjected her to a sickening nine-hour attack has been jailed. George Cummings, 55, used dating site Plenty of Fish to charm his victims and then humiliated them with degrading ordeals. Daily Record reports the sex monster spiked Christina Evans Argent's wine with a white powder and assaulted the terrified mum in her own flat. The High Court in Glasgow heard how the sex fiend, who boasted he looked like celeb chef Gordon Ramsey, raped his first victim in and struck again with his attack on Christina in January Speaking after the trial, Christina said: The brave mum, who waived her right to anonymity, added: The court heard Christina woke in her home in Oban, west Scotland, after she had been raped repeatedly by warped Cummings. She was wearing a red dress and high heels, rather than the trousers, tunic top and boots she had on when he arrived.

Hercules Bar and Chapel Lane among many facets of research. City streets boasting stories of rebellion and rebirth as well as a bar dating back to the s are to come alive in a new booklet. The Folktown Heritage booklet is part of an oral history project carried out by Folktown initiative and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund HLF and plots the story of the area from its days as a path through the fields towards the Belfast hills, through to the early days of the Troubles. Just a few of the historical nuggets included in the book are the reason Castle Street is so called - after the castle built by Sir Arthur Chichester in It was destroyed by fire in and never rebuilt.