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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.

An Insight into the Fascinating Nature of County Derry

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...

Limavady – History, Attractions and Trails with Amazing Photos

Limavady Sculpture Trailvideo
Limavady is a small town that is 14 miles outside of Coleraine and only 17 miles outside of Derry/Londonderry city. Its postal area is BT49 - for sat navs - if travelling to the town. It has a population of just over 12,000 according...

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...

DANNY BOY SONG – Lyrics, History and What Oh Danny Boy is About!

Oh Danny Boy Song-History-Words-Lyricsvideo
A popular symbol of Irish culture, particularly music, Danny Boy is a ballad with an ancient Irish melody. Written by English songwriter Frederic Weatherly in Bath, Somerset in 1910, Danny Boy has numerous connotations associated with Irish communities. Is it the most famous Irish...

DOWNHILL BEACH – Mussenden Temple – CASTLEROCK-Game of Thrones

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Downhill Beach is near Coleraine and Portrush along the North Coast of Ireland  and also has the impressive Mussenden Temple. The beach itself is part of a 11km/7 mile stretch of sand and a perfect spot for surfing. Downhill Beach offers a variety of activities...

Roe Valley Country Park – Forest & River Roe in Limavady

Roe Valley Country Park Limavadyvideo
Roe Valley Country Park, Limavady Roe Valley Country park is a three-mile-long wooded park that the River Roe partly runs through. It is managed by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency. Several bridges are located over the river but only of them is accessible by cars....

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...


St Columbs Park Derry-Londonderryvideo
St. Columbs Park in Derry/Londonderry is an excellent park for taking your dog for a walk It is located on the Limavady Road in the Foyle Area. Its also great for cycling, skating or just walking!

Guildhall Derry / Londonderry – A Beautiful Building To Visit

The History of Guildhall The Guildhall building is located in Derry, County Londonderry, ( see what we did there! )  Northern Ireland, For Sat Nav's - use the following postcode - BT48 6DQ. The Guildhall is of Derry's most outstanding landmarks and has been so...

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...