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Discover cloughmore stone

Discover Cloughmore Stone Situated above the Co. Down Village of Rostrevor, you can discover Cloughmore Stone – meaning ‘The Big Stone’ in Irish. The Village of Rostrevor is also worthwhile visiting, it is small but has a strong connection with well known individuals including: C.S. Lewis, Author of Narnia and former Irish President Mary Mcalesse.  …

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Glenariff Forest Park view from the car park

Glenariff Forest Park

Glenariff Forest Park Glenariff Forest Park is one of the lesser known UK country parks. It is located in one of the most beautiful parts of Northern Ireland, in the glens of Antrim. It is nearly 3,000 acres in size and boasts some wonderful scenery. County Antrim has 9 glens, and Glenariff is perhaps the …

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Belfast Castle Weddings

Belfast Castle Weddings Belfast Castle Weddings Are you looking for creative wedding ideas? We may have an answer. Belfast Castle has been a familiar landmark, towering over Belfast city for over 120 years. A popular tourist destination, many couples also choose this famous location as a unique wedding venue. Peter from Peter Thomas Photography explores this venue …

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Banbridge

Banbridge Ireland – Northern Ireland’s rustic town Banbridge, Ireland Northern Banbridge Ireland is a quiet town in County Down, Northern Ireland. Its location on the site of a bridge crossing the river Bann gave it its name – Ban-bridge. It has a rapidly growing population currently around 20,000. One of the reasons it is popular …

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Marble Arch Caves

The Marble Arch Caves together with Giants Causeway are the premier geological places of interest in Northern Ireland. They are also one of Europe’s foremost show caves. A visit to the western part of Northern Ireland will be incomplete without a visit to the caves. Marble Arch Cave Facts Here are some useful cave facts. …

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Bangor, County Down

Located within the Belfast metropolitan area, Bangor is a large seaside town in the North Down district of County Down. It is positioned on the southern shore of Belfast Lough on the inlet of the sea. The town is the seat for the east-central Bangor Marina, which holds the Blue Flag status and is one …

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Omagh, County Tyrone

Positioned on the river strule of rivers Drumragh and Camowen, Omagh is a large suburban town of county Tyrone. The town has anglicized its name from Óghmaigh, which in modern Irish is called Ómaigh, which is an Irish word for virgin plain. Omagh is twinned with East Kilbride, a large town in the West Central …

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County Tyrone

Tyrone is geographically the second largest county in the province of Ulster, Northern Ireland. Current population of this county is more than 170,000 people. County Tyrone and Omagh both are an example of Irish-English life in Northern Ireland, England. and the United Kingdoms. Tyrone is situated in the north of the island of Ireland and …

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