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I just loved this because I'm interested in art and history and this is both! Beautiful ceramic tiles with images from Belfast"s impressive industrial history.
Won't specially appeal to kids as it doesn't move and you can't climb on it but as a piece of...More
Commissioned to celebrate the rejuvenation of the River Lagan in 1999, the 32-foot ceramic tile fish is located at the confluence of the River Farset with the River Lagan. Each of the scales tells a story. The fish contains a time capsule storing information, images,...More
Apparently it’s a thing now that you should get your photo taken with the Big Fish if you’re in Belfast. I love mosaic artwork and this is a great example of public art at its best. A huge mosaic sculpture of a fish, right next...More
If you’re in the Titanic Quarter, go see the Big Fish/Salmon of Knowledge. It’s indicative of the public art around Belfast (see also the Glass of Thrones series, nearby). Google it before you go to learn the story of Fintan mac Bóchra (or listen to...More
While we were walking along the wharf, we took the time to kiss the big fish for luck and prosperity. There are lots of art on the tiles making up the scales. It’s a simple but fun thing to do one evening of your vacation....More