Cotton Face Mask Belfast Shop Wholesale
Belfast is city of about 340 000 population, which is a capital of Northern Ireland. It’s located near the River Lagan, a major river in Northern Ireland. Belfast is in the top 12 biggest cities in the United Kingdom, but it was one of the most dangerous to live in the 1970s and 1980s. The city became an important place for the First industrial revolution. It got nicknamed „Lineapolis” because of it’s major role in the textile (linen) trade. The city features the Harland and Wolff shipyard which is the world’s largest shipyard. It affected the shipbuilding industry in the country. It was an industrial global center till the end of II World War (1945).
The origin of the name comes from the Irish language. Specifically from words Beal Feirsde. First word means mouth or rivermouth and the second refers to ford or sandbar of the river’s mouth.
During the Second World War the city was heavily destroyed by the bombs dropped by the German forces. There were huge losses in men and lots of people got homeless after the raid.
Belfast features a marine climate, which is characterized by temperature changes varying between -3 Celsius degrees and 18 Celsius degrees in the coldest period. The climate zones are dived in the Boreal and Humid subtropical.
Belfast transformed significantly into large Industrial city from market town throughout the 19th century. The city attracts lots of tourists since 2001. St Anne’s Cathedral is a famous tourist attraction. It’s a place for worshiping of the church of Ireland since 1904. Custom House Square is a place of street entertainment and free concerts.
Belfast is a home for the Queen’s University which is ranked in top 173 of leading universities in the world. The furher education institution offers a wide list of subjects to study.
The city has a beautiful cityscape which consists of several skyscrapers like Obel Tower. The Building is marked as the tallest structure of the city and Ireland. Scottish Provident institutions is a reminder of Victoria architecture style.
Where to buy cotton face masks in Belfast?
We recommend ordering the cotton face masks from our online shop. We supply ordered products from our warehouse in UK.
How quickly should i get the ordered Cotton face masks?
Shipment is done by RoyalMail. We sent orders the same day or next workday. They’re normally provided after 2-3 days.
What are the cotton face masks made of?
Main ingredients of the cotton face masks are high quality cotton and polyester which provides additional filter. The rubber tape allows to put the mask on your ears. The cotton face masks can be launder in 60 Celsius degrees and ironed in 120 Celsius degrees. It’s recommended to iron the product only from the side of the cotton layer to not damage the filter.
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