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Armagh – The Ecclesiastical Capital

Armagh is known as the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland or the religious capital of Ireland (the city of saints and scholars). You will be astonished by the scientific and historical places, enjoyable events, various activities,...
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Where was Titanic Built? TITANIC QUARTER BELFAST-Harland & Wolff

"Icebergs loomed up and fell astern and we never slackened. It was an anxious time with the Titanic's fateful experience very close in our minds”. Captain Arthur H Rostron, Commander of the Carpathia (recounting the Carpathia's...
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City Hall Belfast – Exhibitions, History and Facts

City Hall Belfast is an impressive building situated in the heart of Belfast City Centre. It opened its doors in 1906 after Belfast was granted City status in 1888 by Queen Victoria. There is a memorial...
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Peace Wall Belfast – The Most Popular Tourist Attraction in the City (FREE)

Peace Wall Belfast  The Peace Walls are a series of barriers that were erected across the course of "The Troubles" to separate Catholic and Protestant neighbourhoods, which are still visible throughout Northern Ireland today. They are...
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Bus Tour Belfast – The Best Way To See The City?

Bus Tour Belfast - Visit All the Popular Attractions There are a few options for tours around Belfast City - from buses, taxis and or simply walking. We opted for Titanic City Tours for a 48-hour...
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Dunluce Castle – Incredible Medieval Castle on Cliffs in County Antrim

The Impressive Dunluce Castle Dunluce is a must-visit for anyone visiting or living in Northern Ireland. Its location is incredible, and the crumbling ruins impressive. Have a look at our photos and videos and decide for...