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County Derry / Londondery

Derry, also known as Londonderry, is a city on the River Foyle in Northern Ireland. It’s known for the intact 17th-century Derry’s Walls with 7 gates. Within the walls, spired St. Columb’s Cathedral displays artefacts from the 1688–9 Siege of Derry. Near the Peace Bridge, the Tower Museum has city views and historical exhibits. Huge stained-glass windows adorn the neo-Gothic red sandstone Guildhall.

Springhill House: A Pretty 17th Century Plantation House

Springhill House
Ireland is filled with historical treasures from castles, houses, museums and even its landscape is special. Located in County Derry/Londonderry you'll discover the beautiful 17th-century plantation house known as Springhill. The House is one of the National Trusts most reminiscent properties.It has been in the hands of...

An Insight into the Fascinating Nature of County Derry

Peace Bridge Derry/Londonderry
With a vast and breathtaking landscape, covering an area of some 798 square miles, County Derry stands as one of the most alluring counties in all Ireland. County Derry, officially known as Londonderry, is perched on the northwest coast of Northern Ireland. Situated between...

360 Degree Video of Magiligan Point, Londonderry

Magiligan Pointvideo
Magilligan point is a peninsula that lies in the northwest of County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, at the entrance of Lough Foyle. The name "Magilligan" comes from "MacGilligans country" which formed a major part of the barony of Keenaght and is situated within Causeway Coast...

Eleventh Night Bonfire, Coleraine

Eleventh Night Bonfirevideo
The Eleventh (11th) Night Bonfire in Northern Ireland - 11th Night Bonfire is a yearly celebration that is held in Northern Ireland to refer to the night before the twelfth of July which is held in different places across the country - we managed...

360 Degree Video of Tamlaghtard Church, Limavady

Tamlaghtard Churchvideo
Tamlaghtard Church of Ireland - Limavady 360 Video - The churchyard is located three miles away from Limavady and close to BallyKelly village. The Tamlaghtard church dates back to the seventh century and there are seventeen commonwealth burials from the 1939_1945 war in the...

Bogside Murals – Derry Murals – Londonderry Bogside

Bogside Murals - Derry Londonderry - Derry Muralsvideo
Londonderry / Derry has an amazing history.Why not read about the regions link to Oh Danny Boy and how its music has travelled the world. Read the complete history here.

HALLOWEEN – in Derry/Londonderry – The Halloween City!

Halloween Derry-Londonderry Halloween Festivalvideo
Halloween! We wanted to do something different out of it this time and thus decided to head to Londonderry where there is a celebration done there with people roaming the streets wearing scary costumes.Located in Northern Ireland on the banks of the River Foyle,...

BISHOPS GATE-The City Gates in The Walled City-Derry/Londonderry

BISHOPS GATE-The City Gates in The Walled City-Derry/Londonderryvideo

DERRY-LONDONDERRY-The Maiden City-The Walled City

DERRY-LONDONDERRY-The Maiden City-The Walled Cityvideo
Derry! The second largest city in Northern Ireland! The UK City of Culture in 2010! Several towns in the world are named after it. Derry~Londonderry has been known as The Maiden City as its high walls have never been breached! It is one of...

Peace Bridge – Derry/Londonderry

Peace Bridge Londonderry-Derryvideo
The Peace Bridge was opened in Derry/Londonderry over the River Foyle on the 25th June, 2011. It is called the peace bridge because it was thought to help improve relationships of a once very divided community. The largely Unionist 'Waterside' and the largely Nationalist...