Since the new millennium, Belfast let down its scars from its heavy conflicting past and is now a vibrant and rejuvenated city in complete reinvention. Belfast is the largest city and the capital of Northern Ireland. It played a key role in the Industrial Revolution and has kept a lot of industrial features in its architecture which gives the city a very particular character. It has four quarters each with its own identity and character. The Cathedral Quarter is the oldest quarter, located closest to the waterfront and dominated by the Church of Ireland Cathedral, St Anne’s. The Queen’s Quarter, an energetic and lively area, with the Queen’s College at its heart.