The Belfast City Hall is a neoclassical building built in the early 20th century, after Queen Victoria granted city status to Belfast. The highlight of the building is its large dome, similar to that of Saint Paul's in London. Inside, the most interesting part are the marble columns and staircase and the Greek stained-glass windows. There are also pictures of Lord Mayors in the halls. From Monday to Saturday, there are free guided tours in English which teach you a bit about the building, the history, and its operations. There is also a memorial to the World Wars and Titanic on the premises. There's a centennial exhibition about the Titanic's construction.