The Salmon of Knowledge is a printed ceramic mosaic sculpture by John Kindness. The 10-metre-long (33 ft) statue was constructed in 1999 and installed on Donegall Quay in Belfast, Northern Ireland, near the Lagan Lookout and Custom House.
The Big Fish's image appears on tourism material related to Belfast and Northern Ireland.
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Karl Wallace | Jan 26, 2018
It's iconic and worth a visit! It is also near the 'beacon of hope', although that's not what the natives call it.... If you rub the fish, its brings you luck, so say the local river folk !
Oisin O. | Feb 24, 2018
This fish has improved my life! It told me many wise things...
Arnold Wunder | Jan 17, 2018
It's a quite big fish. Thats it. I recommend to visit this Fish in the evening.
Jason Parkes | Jul 13, 2017
We come here all the time with the kids. A really welcome space in the city by the river. There are a few other sculptures nearby, nice lounge style benches for a picnic. Great on a hot day. The sculpture itself is really worth getting up close to as it's made up of lots of tiles with loads of quirky historic details.
Eddie J Carter | Dec 15, 2017
Classic here. If you don't have a photo of you at the big fish where have you been? And what have you been doing?
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