On 15th-16th April 1941, Luftwaffe bombs fell on Blythe Street in South Belfast. A commemorative plaque remembers those from the area who died as a result.
Botanic Gardens, near Queen's University in South Belfast, is home to the famous Ulster Museum, part of the National Museums of Northern Ireland group.
During the Second World War, Lisburn Road was an important thoroughfare in and out of the city and home to organisations like the Samaritan Hospital for Women.
No. 31 (London) and 5th (Harvard) General Hospitals operated from the Musgrave Park Hospital on Stockman's Lane in South Belfast during the Second World War.
During the Second World War, Stranmillis Road in south Belfast was home to a military hospital in what is today the educational facility of Stranmillis College.