Memorial to Queen Victoria, Belfast City Hall, unveiled by her son, King Edward VII in 1903.

Created by the sculptor Sir Thomas Brock to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897, it was unveiled by her son, King Edward VII six years later. Carved from Sicilian marble and standing 4 metres feet high, this memorial is accompanied on each side by life size bronze figures representing spinning and shipbuilding.

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