Derry City

Doire translates as Oak-Grove
Motto : Vita Veritas Victoria………. (Life, Truth, Victory)

These are the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in Derry City

Prehen House, Prehen, Derry City 1740

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Derry's most historic house & & Half hanged McNaughton This early Georgian manor house was built in 1740 with the finest materials for Andrew Knox, M.P for Donegal. It sits on an elevated [...]

Prehen House, Prehen, Derry City 17402020-04-29T13:15:12+00:00

The Peace Bridge, Derry City 2011

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A beautiful bridge designed to encourage friendship  The Peace Bridge is a cycle and footbridge built across the River Foyle. It was officially opened on 25th June 2011 and connects the old army [...]

The Peace Bridge, Derry City 20112020-05-06T19:07:04+00:00

Magee College, Northland Road, Derry City 1865

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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 18652020-04-29T12:45:27+00:00

St Eugene’s Cathedral. Derry City 1851

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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 18512020-04-29T13:28:36+00:00