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Castle Leslie, Glaslough. County Monaghan 1870

2019-07-08T23:01:26+00:00

Grip Fast, Paul McCartney & Winstown Churchill The Leslie Family claim they can trace their ancestry back to Attila the Hun of Hungary through a Hungarian nobleman called Bartholomew Leslie. Bartholomew lived in [...]

Castle Leslie, Glaslough. County Monaghan 18702019-07-08T23:01:26+00:00

Malin Bridge, Malin. County Donegal 1758

2019-06-27T13:47:20+00:00

The 2nd longest & Most northerly stone bridge in Ireland Malin Bridge is located in Malin Town in county Donegal. This beautiful 10 arched bridge was built in 1758 over the Ballyboe river [...]

Malin Bridge, Malin. County Donegal 17582019-06-27T13:47:20+00:00

The Curiosity Shop, Malin Head. County Donegal

2019-06-27T13:50:06+00:00

Ireland's most northerly shop, Brick-a-brack & Famous visitors The Curiosity Shop is locate near Banba’s Crown in Malin Head and is Ireland’s most northerly shop. It is covered wall-to-wall in every type of [...]

The Curiosity Shop, Malin Head. County Donegal2019-06-27T13:50:06+00:00

Old Cottage, Culdaff. County Donegal c.1800

2019-06-27T14:02:21+00:00

An authentic Irish cottage  This is a beautiful example of an unaltered traditional Irish cottage. The earliest cottages date from around 1700 as prior to that, our ancestors lived in round hut style [...]

Old Cottage, Culdaff. County Donegal c.18002019-06-27T14:02:21+00:00

Magee College, Northland Road, Derry City 1865

2019-06-28T06:19:27+00:00

A decision that kicked off the troubles in Northern Ireland This elegant building is Magee College, it was built in 1865 to the designs of the Dublin architect Edward Gribben in a Victorian [...]

Magee College, Northland Road, Derry City 18652019-06-28T06:19:27+00:00

St Eugene’s Cathedral. Derry City 1851

2019-06-28T06:21:37+00:00

Bells ring here every night at 9 pm as a reminder of the penal laws According to legend, Eugene was a monk from the Dublin area and foretold the coming of St Columba [...]

St Eugene’s Cathedral. Derry City 18512019-06-28T06:21:37+00:00

Burt Castle, Burt. County Donegal 1560

2019-06-28T14:27:47+00:00

Rebellion, The O'Doherty's & The Flight of the Earls Burt Castle is one of the most recognizable castles in Donegal. It is located on a small hill overlooking Lough Swilly which would have [...]

Burt Castle, Burt. County Donegal 15602019-06-28T14:27:47+00:00

Fahan House, Fahan, County Donegal 1765

2019-06-28T14:29:17+00:00

Once the home to Agnes Jones - the great nursing pioneer Fahan House is a beautiful Georgian house built around 1765 on the shores of Lough Swilly. The most famous resident to occupy [...]

Fahan House, Fahan, County Donegal 17652019-06-28T14:29:17+00:00

Strove Lighthouse, Strove. County Donegal 1837

2019-06-28T14:41:05+00:00

A lighthouse on the passage to America & Australia Strove Lighthouse is located on a beautiful blue flag beach where Lough Foyle meets the wild Atlantic in north co.Donegal. This shipping lane has [...]

Strove Lighthouse, Strove. County Donegal 18372019-06-28T14:41:05+00:00

Clifton House, Clifton Street. Belfast City 1774

2019-06-28T16:49:50+00:00

Belfast's oldest & finest Georgian building & The Poor House If you like the Georgian style of architecture this is regarded as one of Belfast's finest, It was built in 1774 by The [...]

Clifton House, Clifton Street. Belfast City 17742019-06-28T16:49:50+00:00

Belfast Castle, Cavehill. Belfast City 1870

2019-06-28T16:57:26+00:00

The best views of Belfast Lough from one the finest Victorian superpads Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park at 400-feet above sea level. It has beautiful gardens and [...]

Belfast Castle, Cavehill. Belfast City 18702019-06-28T16:57:26+00:00

St Columba’s Church, The Long Tower. Derry City 1810

2019-06-28T17:00:54+00:00

St Columba, Bishop Hervey & A stunning interior Derry takes it's name from the Irish word 'doire' meaning oak grove. Oak groves were regarded as sacred places for the ancient Celts before Christianity [...]

St Columba’s Church, The Long Tower. Derry City 18102019-06-28T17:00:54+00:00

The Guildhall, Guildhall Square. Derry City 1887

2019-06-28T17:02:47+00:00

A Victorian masterpiece & Big Ben's little brother This impressive piece of architecture is Derry's Guildhall. It was built in 1887 using red sandstone and its eclectic style is described as ‘neo-Gothic with [...]

The Guildhall, Guildhall Square. Derry City 18872019-06-28T17:02:47+00:00

Dungiven Castle, Dungiven. County Derry 1836

2019-06-28T17:06:03+00:00

Danny Boy, The O'Cahan's & The Flight of the Earls Dungiven Castle was the ancestral home of the O'Cahans who ruled this area for hundreds of years. In 1607 Sir Donnell O’Cahan was implicated [...]

Dungiven Castle, Dungiven. County Derry 18362019-06-28T17:06:03+00:00

Scrabo Tower, Newtownards. County Down 1859

2019-06-28T17:10:04+00:00

One of Northern Ireland's most famous landmarks Scrabo Tower stands majestically 125-feet high on a hill 540-feet above sea level and is one of Northern Ireland’s most famous landmarks. The site was originally [...]

Scrabo Tower, Newtownards. County Down 18592019-06-28T17:10:04+00:00

Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast City 1932

2019-06-29T06:14:35+00:00

Greek classical columns, cow manure and Northern Ireland's impressive seat of 'democracy'! This impressive structure is the Parliament Building for Northern Ireland, better known as Stormont. In 1920, when 'The Government of Ireland [...]

Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast City 19322019-06-29T06:14:35+00:00

The Star Factory, Foyle Road. Derry City 1899

2019-06-29T06:26:08+00:00

Once the World's leading centre for shirt making The Star Factory was built in 1899 for The Messrs. Bayer Company. Between 1880 and the 1920s Derry was the principal seat of the shirt industry [...]

The Star Factory, Foyle Road. Derry City 18992019-06-29T06:26:08+00:00

The Ponderosa Pub, Glenshane Pass. County Derry c.1900

2019-06-29T08:21:37+00:00

The highest pub in Ireland The Ponderosa Pub is located on the Glenshane Pass between Derry and Belfast. It was established around c.1900 but started its life as a little farmhouse on the [...]

The Ponderosa Pub, Glenshane Pass. County Derry c.19002019-06-29T08:21:37+00:00

St Brecan’s Church, St.Columb’s Park. Derry City c.1600

2019-06-29T08:33:07+00:00

The oldest church structure in Derry This is St Brecan's Church located in St Columb's Park was described as 'the oldest building in Derry'. It was commissioned by Redmond O'Gallagher - The Bishop [...]

St Brecan’s Church, St.Columb’s Park. Derry City c.16002019-06-29T08:33:07+00:00

Bendhu House, Ballintoy. County Antrim 1936-52

2019-06-29T08:43:02+00:00

An expression of free thinking & An architectual gem This eccentric and intriguing house is located in one of the most scenic areas of Northern Ireland. It was the creation of Newton Penprase [...]

Bendhu House, Ballintoy. County Antrim 1936-522019-06-29T08:43:02+00:00

The Beltany Stone Circle, Raphoe. County Donegal c.1400BC

2019-06-30T19:09:45+00:00

One of the largest, earliest & most beautiful stone circles in Ireland The Beltany Stone Circle is one of the largest and earliest stone circles in Ireland with a diameter of 145-feet. It [...]

The Beltany Stone Circle, Raphoe. County Donegal c.1400BC2019-06-30T19:09:45+00:00

Dunree Fort, Dunree. County Donegal 1804

2019-06-30T19:11:09+00:00

One of the most strategically important forts in Ireland, Wolfe Tone & Lough Swilly Dunree Fort is strategically situated near the mouth of Lough Swilly in an area of stunning natural beauty. It [...]

Dunree Fort, Dunree. County Donegal 18042019-06-30T19:11:09+00:00
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