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Traditionally, the Cathedral Quarter was the centre of Belfast’s trade and warehousing district, which sprung up directly from the prosperous linen and shipbuilding industries. The quarter still retains some of Belfast’s oldest buildings and thoroughfares, including Waring Street and Hill Street.

In more recent times, it has emerged as the creative and cultural quarter of Belfast, rich in arts-based organisations, hospitality establishments, the Ulster University’s Belfast campus, as well as many businesses in the services sector.

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