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Monument to the Unknown Woman Worker

Europa Buscentre | Gt. Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
+44 28 9033 3000
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A whole manifesto

I saw this striking bronze sculpture of two sturdy women on Great Victoria Street in front of the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Does nothing for me.

Not a lot to say, it's a sculpture to stumble across when near the Europa or the Crown/Robinson's... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2017
Belfast, United Kingdom
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  • Average16%
  • Poor2%
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Europa Buscentre | Gt. Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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+44 28 9033 3000
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Reviewed yesterday

I saw this striking bronze sculpture of two sturdy women on Great Victoria Street in front of the entrance of the Great Northern Mall on my way to the Europa bus terminal and wondered what the meaning of it was. One of the woman looks...More

Thank Trainbleu
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Not a lot to say, it's a sculpture to stumble across when near the Europa or the Crown/Robinson's but hardly worth a visit.

Thank travelpassion
Reviewed 28 May 2017

All to easy to walk past. Situated outside the Europa Hotel and at the entrance to the bus station, this sculpture pays homage to the working woman of Belfast during the Industrial days. Don't go out of your way but if nearby, well worth taking...More

Thank Joe B
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Nice interesting looking statue in Belfast-sits outside the Europa bus station so easy to find and look at

Thank DSP34
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

Quick stop by to read and snap a few pics. Certainly draws a lot of attention. The coffee shop near it is amazing....Cafe Neros.

Thank Purplesister28
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Sculpture of two women situated outside the Victoria Street entrance to the Railway/Train station. I have seen some tourists taking photos beside this, and when you stand to look at them, they are impressive...most times we rush by and don't even notice them.

1  Thank GemsNI
Reviewed 1 March 2017

As past of the industrial revolution belfast was instrumental at putting women and children to work in factories. This made woman independent from men and brought progress to western civilisation

Thank Carnalbanagh
Reviewed 30 November 2016 via mobile

This has been around for so long it's easy to overlook it if you pass it regularly. Excellent piece of sculpture. Was somewhat controversial when it first appeared all those years. Perhaps we live in more enlightened times. Very popular with tourists for photo opportunities.

1  Thank Joby135
Reviewed 18 October 2016

This sculpture was by Louise Walsh in 1992 and has become something of a landmark. There is a school.of thought that the ladies were originally meant to portray the 'working girls' who used to hang around Amelia Street. The other thinking is that it's quite...More

1  Thank gottaluvflying
Reviewed 17 September 2016

Nothing wrong about the breaking up for the monotony and boredom of a city with such splendid pieces. Belfast needs more of such street art.

1  Thank timeagain
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