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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
Guildhall
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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Derry City Cemetery Derry
If you enjoy history, good storytelling, walks with great views, the macabre, having a laugh, or chatting with nice people then a tour of Derry City Cemetery with Seamus Breslin is a must if you are visiting Derry.
Seamus is a Historian himself and his knowledge of this cemetery and those buried there is very impressive, he has great local knowledge and historical stories of the development of the City and of all the importa...
Milltown Cemetery Belfast
Besides the fact that a lot of my family are interred here, and I spent many an early childhood visiting family graves, this historic resting place for absolutely thousands and thousands is very much worth a visit.
I live quite close to the cemetery my parents are buried here it’s a beautiful place with lots of history and amazing views over Belfast.
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Caldragh cemetery Boa Island
Easy access to drive from Ballyshannon on the road North side of Lower Lough Erne ( left turn near Beleek ) We had the place to ourselves and the Janus stone was impressive for anyone with history / archaeology on...
Was easy to find would like to know more about it, had a look around very old cemetary and took a few pics of the janus stone and left a few coins for luck hopefully.
Friar's Bush Belfast
This is probably the oldest Christian burial site in Northern Ireland and as a result the headstones are very old and the ground is uneven, but what a wealth of history lies within.
Be certain to schedule a visit to this little cemetery.
Moravian Cemetery Gracehill
I was amazed about the headstones being 'split' as in one side is men the other female, and you can see what "generation/era" it is soley by them as they differ so much.
This grave yard is well worth a visit as is the whole village of Gracehill.
Clifton Street Graveyard Belfast
... many times...seen a advertisement offering a guided tour ..so took this opportunity and loved every moment of the tour...our guide knew what he was talking about...would highly recommend touring this cemetery...
This is the burial place for a lot of important persons in Ireland.
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).
Occasional tours are organised by the City Council which help you make the most of it .
Dungiven Priory and O'Cahan's Tomb Dungiven
... ...My little grandson in Scotland, would have loved this trip... he's well into old history, and he's almost 10 year old... Thank you to our tour guides on the bus, and to the Priory … A truly unforgettable day …
The setting is quite peaceful and the ruins well tended.
Shankill Graveyard Belfast
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Ballymena Memorial Park and Obelisk Ballymena
St. Columb's Cathedral Cemetery Derry
Rashee Old Cemetery Ballyclare
For many years, this graveyard had been forgotten, but it was recently recovered and although the stones are moss-covered and many have fallen over, there are lots of interesting inscriptions and names to find.
Creepy old graveyard and one of the few with a still intact corpse house , bodies where left here to rot so as grave robbers couldn't use them, so this must of been an issue in the area.