The Albert Memorial Clock tower in Queens Square, Belfast stands as a pillar of history of Northern Ireland. The sandstone tower is estimated to be 113 feet tall, though there is a disagreement among historians on this number. Built in 1865, in a Gothic style architecture, in memory of Price Albert, consort of Queen Victoria who is carved majestically on the Tower pillar.
The memorial tower was built in a marshy land on wooden piles, resulting which, it got the infamous lean. Could have been, the English counterpart of the Italian Leaning Tower of Pisa, until as late as 2002 a multi-million restoration project was started to prevent further leaning and restore the Tower.
A walk around the city will take you to the Tower. Cannot be missed as can be spotted from almost any street of the City Centre.