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Armagh Robinson Library: Reading For Days

  Armagh Robinson Library, previously known as Armagh Public Library, is the oldest library in Northern Ireland. Founded in 1771 by Archbishop Robinson, an Anglo-Irish churchman who came to Ireland as a chaplain (traditionally a representative...

Morrigan: The Fearless Celtic Goddess of War

Morrigan is one of the great Goddesses of Ireland and is a multifaceted Goddess. Portrayed as the Fearless Celtic Goddess of War. She is one as Morrigan and many, a trinity as The Morrigan or The...

The Argory House in County Armagh, NI

Another fine example of Neo-classical 18th-century buildings in Ireland is the stunning Argory House. The incredible house was first built in the 1820s and is surrounded by it's 130- hectare wooded riverside estate. Its wonderful hillside location...

Portadown People’s Park, Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland embraces a lot of amazing cities that you wouldn’t want to miss. There are many places to head to for an outing or to spend a nice evening with friends. However, if you...
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Armagh Apple and Cider Farm, Portadown

Open Farm Day, Armagh & Cider Farm, Lond Meadow Cider, Portadown - Recently, the idea of letting the people get inside the farms and see how the animals are treated and how some of the...
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360 Degree Video of ST Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral, Armagh

Built in phases between 1840 and 1904 - the Cathedral was to serve the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Armagh - as the original Medieval Cathedral of St Patrick's in Armagh was transferred to the Protestant...
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360 Degree Video of Navan Centre and Fort, County Armagh

Navan Centre and Fort is one of the most important archaeological sites in Northern Ireland, the legendery Emain Macha. Okay, there are some places - touristic locations - in Northern Ireland that have their legendary...
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Portadown Town – Portadown People’s Park

Portadown Town - Portadown People's Park is definitely worth checking out for a family fun day that has lots of attractions, activities and events on offer. Following a £5.4 million transformation this Park boasts something for...

County of Armagh: A Home to Northern Ireland’s Most Worth-Visiting Sites

Ever heard of Northern Ireland? Well, it is actually part of Ireland country; however, part of the land lies in the United Kingdom. In that part of Ireland, there are several cities in which you...
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ARMAGH CATHEDRAL-Saint Patrick’s Cathedral – The Cathedral City

The Armagh Cathedral at Cathedral City was built on a hill of "Ard Mhacha", which translates to the Height of Macha, a legendary tribal princess, in 445 AD by St Patrick. The church has been destroyed...
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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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Admire, touch, and listen to Emain Macha – Navan Centre and Fort

Have you ever tried sitting meditation in a pre-historical place? It might seem strange, but you will change your mind when you visit the Navan Centre and Fort. Want to have some fun? Navan Centre...