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Although Belfast was mostly associated with an inter-denomiational conflict between Catholics and Protestants for over thirty years from the late 1960's, an ongoing peace process between the two camps, not only in Belfast but throughout Northern Ireland, shows it is now more a city of hope, than of despair.
It is a vibrant city with a rich history. It dates back to the Middle Ages and though it was bombed severely in World War II, there’s still a great heritage. It must not be forgotten yhat one of the last great oceangoing liners, Titanic, was built here in the world famous Belfast Shipyard, the city's prime was in the 19th century and there are still a lot of impressive buildings from that era, but on the whole it’s really a modern city.