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Old April 20 2009, 12:36 AM   #1
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City of Belfast, Northern Ireland, video taken last week

I recorded these myself last Sunday, from the summit of Black Mountain, 488m (1,275') above the city.

The first one is short and is a general pan around of the area. The second one is longer and zooms in on a variety of stuff. You can see Harland & Wolff, Stormont, the city centre area, Windsor Park, etc... you can also at one point see Scrabo Tower near Newtownards 11 miles away, the Mourne mountains 30 miles to the south, a wind farm to the North in county Antrim, and along the north shore of Belfast Lough to Carrickfergus and Kilroot. The Kilroot power station (coal fired) can be seen.

If you're going to watch them at all, HQ is better.

Black Mountain, Divis Mountain, Belfast

City of Belfast, Views from Black Mountain Summit
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Old April 20 2009, 11:11 AM   #2
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Re: City of Belfast, Northern Ireland, video taken last week

Nice view, but those videos sound cold.
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