The Crown Bar in Belfast is a Grade II listed building and retains all the features of the original Victorian saloon with snugs and a wealth of carved wood, etched glass and decorative tiles. Much of the tile work, etched glass and mosaics were designed and made by the Italian craftsmen who were in the country to work on the expansion of catholic churches that took place in this period.
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