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Giant's Causeway
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Walled city Londonderry
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Mount Stewart
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
The Bogside Artists
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Mount Stewart
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Ulster American Folk Park
Historic Sites, History Museums
Free Derry Corner
Monuments & Statues
Big Fish
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
Knockagh Monument
Monuments & Statues
Belfast Cathedral - The Cathedral Church of St. Anne
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Queen's University
Architectural Buildings, Educational sites
City Hall
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Belfast Cathedral - The Cathedral Church of St. Anne
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
St. Malachy's Church
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Mussenden Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
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Bloody Sunday Memorial Derry
I'd highly recommend stopping at the memorial as part of Bogside exploration - it, along with the murals, explain this important part of Derry's history.
There is the Museum of Free Derry, The Bloody Sunday memorial, the Hunger strikers memorial, the FreeDerry wall and some gable end art all in a 5 min walk.
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Free Derry Corner Derry
Took a stroll through the Bogside to view the ' Free derry Wall" Well worth a visit to this are to see all the different murals marking the time of the " Troubles in Northern Ireland '
A visit to Derry's Bogside is a must for all visitors, this is a very historic location in Derry City, during the Troubles of the past the Catholic population of The Bogside were always under threat of intimidatio...
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Knockagh Monument Carrickfergus
The view from this monument is simply breathtaking You can see right across Newtownabbey and Carrickfergus and over to Belfast and Holywood and on a clear day you can see the Mourne Mountains and Scotland This pla...
outstanding on a clear day you can see for miles a fitting tribute to the fallen from all conflicts its a magnificent structure views over all of Belfast lough
C.S. Lewis Square Belfast
What’s amazing is the way the greenway is used by families and locals as well as tourists , the natural landscapes and wildlife is all there and seasonal changes will bring the trees and plants alive again as spri...
The square is filled with bronze sculptures by Irish artist Maurice Harron, all of which are characters from The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, and all are beautifully impressive.
Big Fish Belfast
Belfast is great for interesting sculpture and painting everywhere you turn - this river frontage attraction is great - right next to pedestrian bridge and can get a get pic of the H & W cranes here!
A great landmark and easy for our hotel guests to find Titanic from this! It's become pretty famous,and its a must to see in Belfast.
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Ballynoe Stone Circle Downpatrick
A nice view of the Mournes and surrounding countryside when you get there and it did stimulate our imaginations making us wonder what our ancestors were playing at building this thing.
On the walk down through the tree and gorse bushes lane, there are little doors, trinkets etc left for the little people scattered everywhere, which adds to its charm.
Monument to the Unknown Woman Worker Belfast
Walsh considered it to be offensive to portray women in that way, and instead submitted her proposal for two bronze female figures, addressing the underlying issues of women’s low-paid jobs and unpaid housework.
Slieve Patrick Statue Downpatrick
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Manannan Mac Lir Limavady
Statue commemorating a local legend atop Binevenagh Mountain - view across the Foyle Estuary to Innishown Peninsular in Donegal make it worth while.
A little off the beaten track, but this statue and scenic overlook between Downhill and Benone is so worth visiting.
The Searcher, CS Lewis Wardrobe Statue Belfast
I am so lucky to live 5 minutes walk from The searcher, and it leads onto the story of The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe.
It is a very nice sculpture that does a fine job of paying tribute to C.S. Lewis.
Omagh Memorial Garden Omagh
The Knights Carrickfergus
The statues were yarn-bombed again for the centenary of the Armistice of World War I, with a big woven poppy being added to the leading knight's shield.
Cole Monument Enniskillen
Beautiful park,fabulous big old trees.Accessable ,in the centre of Enniskillen.My sister's and I spent lots of our childhood playing here.There is a great children's playground with different equipment.summer
Ross Monument Rostrevor
Very interesting monument dedicated to General Ross of Bladensburg who won a afmous battle near Washington and went on to burn down the White House
Legananny Dolmen Castlewellan
History on your doorstep in the peaceful and tranquil setting amongst the rolling hills and within sight of the beautiful Mourne Mountains and the beaches of Newcastle, Murlough and Tyrella.
Hands Across the Divide Monument Derry
This sculpture stood in the front of my B&B (the high recommended Bridge B&B) so I had the pleasure of seeing it many times a day.
A lovely statue of peace,in a lovely city we walked around the city walls and looked at all the historic beauty,
War Memorial Derry
This war memorial is located within the city walls in The Diamond - where the four main streets of the walled city met.
A beautifully kept tribute, right in the centre of this walled city.
Game Of Thrones Stain Glass Windows Belfast
The skill & detail is awesome and it's cool to pick out all the little details of scenes and characters in each piece.
The last one even has a seat on which you can sit and pretend to be on the Iron Throne.
Robert Quigg Sculpture Bushmills
This beautiful statue was unveiled by the Queen on 28 June 2016 and is already proving to be a place of pilgrimage for many tourists and local people who want to pay their respects to this remarkable man.
We were present in June when the statue was unveiled by the Queen; an excellent occasion, with strong local support.
Drumskinny Stone Circle Enniskillen
Having never actually walked around an ancient stone circle before, I was delighted to experience the space and contemplate the people's lives and rituals that must have taken place here.
Johann The Goat Cushendun
Johann was a real goat that spent his time in the harbour and riverbank and greeted visitors to Cushendun.
Cushendun has erected a sculpture as a tribute to their goat.
Belfast City Cemetery Belfast
When in Belfast I always try to make a stop at the Belfast City Cemeteries My mother's parents are buried here and my fathers parents are buried in Dundonald (also part of the Belfast City Cemetery Council).
Sheep on the Road Belfast
Lord Kelvin Statue Belfast
His statue stands at the gates of Botanic Gardens in his home city.
Just inside the Botanic Gardens