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THE UPPER CRESCENT IN BELFAST - AN EXAMPLE OF URBAN DEPRESSION | by infomatique
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THE UPPER CRESCENT IN BELFAST - AN EXAMPLE OF URBAN DEPRESSION

The amount of property for sale, for rent or derelict within the area known as Queen's Quarter is staggering. Upper Crescent was built in the mid-1840s. It is thought that some of the Upper Crescent was designed by the famous Belfast architect Charles Lanyon.

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Taken on June 24, 2014