Shaftesbury Square

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Shaftesbury Square in the winter.

Shaftesbury Square[1] is in Belfast, Northern Ireland at the southern end of Great Victoria Street with the adjoining streets of Lisburn Road and the Donegall Road converging at this junction. It is in the area commonly known as the Golden Mile.[citation needed]

The square was named after the Earl of Shaftesbury.[2]

Located nearby is Botanic railway station along Botanic Avenue.


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Coordinates: 54°35′20″N 5°56′02″W / 54.589°N 5.934°W / 54.589; -5.934