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Aether and Echo
Belfast Exposed Gallery
Duke Of York Murals
Linen Hall Library
No Alibis Bookshop
Oh Yeah Music Centre
Peter Froggatt Centre, Queen's University Belfast
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Senate Chamber, Queen's University Belfast Lanyon Building
The Dark Horse
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Literary tourists can now find out about Belfast’s writers and the city’s exciting literary scene long before they arrive. Visitors will be able to get a taster of Belfast’s literary heritage and Belfast writers past and present through a number of colourful, interactive exhibitions and exclusive audio and video material.
The website also displays the latest news and literary events, as well as signposting tourists to popular literary tours, including CS Lewis and Young at Art’s Nearly True Tales.
The new website has been produced by Culture Northern Ireland in partnership with Belfast City Council, as part of a series of tourism initiatives to profile Belfast as a cultural tourism destination.
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The project has been funded by Belfast City Council and part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the European Sustainable Competitiveness Programme for Northern Ireland and administered by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.
Culture Northern Ireland is funded by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
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