It is the capital of North Ireland. The area of the city of Belfast is estimated at 115 km2, Hosting a population of 634,594 people as indicated by 2021’s census.
The ethnic groups are divided into four origins: The Chinese, Indian, Pakistani and other communities residing in Belfast and Northern Ireland where 90 % are white.
Since, at least, the Stone Age, The Belfast has been resided when nomadic tribes passed the solid ice from Scotland to eastern Ulster at the time of the Ice Age.
The population growth in Belfast is so fast, because people are attracted by jobs in mills, thriving industry, engineering and shipyards. So, migration has steadily been increasing the number of population.
The name Belfast was derived from the Irish “Beal Feisde”, which late spelt “Beal Feirste”: The word Beal means “mouth” or “river-mouth” while “feirste” refers to a tidal ford via a river’s mouth.
During the 17th century, Belfast was occupied by English and Scottish settlers, to be planted when it was considered an area of Ulster, the major supporter of which was “Arthur Chichester”. The region achieved its name as a city upon a royal charter in 1888.
The central area of Belfast is the safest area which includes hotels, bars, shopping centres and restaurants. The people of the city are lovely and helpful, and the general atmosphere feels as a nice village in a form of a town.