PROGRESSIVE WEB APPLICATION VERSION

BELFAST WHEELKING WILLIAM PARK

SELECT IMAGES TO VIEW MORE PHOTOGRAPHS

King William Park in Belfast is one of the smallest parks in the city. It is said that King William III used this area to stop and rest his men and horses before making is way to the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 after landing in Carrickfergus on June 14th 1690.
The park's main attraction is the Belfast Wheel, a bronze map of the city which was donated by the New Belfast Community Arts


The park's main attraction is the Belfast Wheel, a bronze map of the city which was donated by the New Belfast Community Arts Initiative. The 12 segments of the wheel contain a design from different community groups, with each piece representing the organisation's home district. The park is beside a Moravian church, dating from the late 1800s.


BELOW IS AN AUTOMATIC SLIDESHOW - THERE WILL BE A SLIGHT DELAY


Commercial DisclosurePLEASE NOTE THAT LINKS BELOW MAY REDIRECT YOU TO THE AMAZON LOCATION MOST LIKELY TO SHIP TO YOUR ADDRESS

You will find links to buy products from Amazon, Google and other partners. If you click on these links, you’ll find that the URL includes a small extra piece of text which identifies that the click came from my websites. This text is an affiliate code, and it means that I get a small percentage of the money you spend if you choose to buy that product, or, in some cases, other products from the site soon after. These affiliate links help pay the costs of producing my websites and ensure that the content is free to you.

ZEISS BATIS 85mm LENS

VISIT MOBILE FRIENDLY PHOTO BLOG