Hundreds of people attended a special service at Belfast City Hall to mark the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic and the unveiling of a new memorial.
The monument was unveiled at the Titanic Memorial Garden. It carries the names of the 1,512 passengers and crew who died in the 1912 disaster, carved into five bronze plaques - the first time all the victims have been recorded together.
Many existing memorials have failed to include the Titanic crew or musicians. On this new nine-metre wide memorial there is no distinction between first-class passengers and others, with names listed in alphabetical order.
"It is significant that this is the only monument that lists alphabetically all the 1,512 souls that were lost on the Titanic," Mayor Niall Ó Donnghaile told UTV.
"Historically they have been remembered as a collective or, worse, based on their class status, but we have remembered all of them in Belfast and it is great the families are here."
The service at City Hall ended with a minute's silence for private reflection before the hymn Nearer My God to Thee, which it is claimed was the last hymn played by the band before the ship broke in two and sank, rang out.
The service in Belfast came at the end of three weeks of events to mark the building, voyage and sinking of the Titanic 100 years ago.