The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 2 > Ulster Parliament Buildings at Stormont, Belfast. Discussion on Mr. W.J. Stewart's Paper
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Ulster Parliament Buildings at Stormont, Belfast. Discussion on Mr. W.J. Stewart's Paper

Mr. STEWART said that the Ulster Parliament Buildings were the last of the parliament buildings erected so far in the British Empire, and perhaps in the world. He went on to explain why they had been built, because it was his experience that very few people in this country knew very much about Ireland.