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St Mary’s Parish Church stands on the site of a Cistercian Abbey built in 1199.
The graveyard is situated within a former rath, or ringfort, an enclosure of the first millennium.
On the 31st March 1996 Crumlin Road Gaol slammed shut its doors as an operational prison.
You will find nothing like these 400 year old gardens anywhere else in Northern Ireland.
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century.
Comber non-subscribing Presbyterian Church was built on a site donated by James Andrews.
Fanad Lighthouse in the Donegal Gaeltacht
Struell Wells was built around a stream flowing through a secluded valley.
An ancient stone alignment believed to be associated with rituals to observe the rising moon.
Legend, history and beautiful surroundings
The ruins of Ardclinis Church and Graveyard occupy a ...
The site contains two early churches situated back to back.
St Mary’s Parish Church stands on the site of a Cistercian Abbey built in 1199. It was of similar size and architecture to the one in Greyabbey and survived until 1543 when it was closed by order of Henry VIII. The present church dates from 1840.
Within it are the ruins of a medieval church which is believed to be the Church of Ardmacossce or Ardmacaisse, mentioned in the Taxation of Pope Nicholas, 1306, along with an unusual cross-carved boulder.
On the 31st March 1996 Crumlin Road Gaol slammed shut its doors for what many thought would be the final time, but, on the 19th November 2012 the chains fell off and HMP Belfast was reborn as one of Belfast's most popular visitor attractions.
Antrim Castle Gardens is an absolute historical gem. You will find nothing like these 400 year old gardens anywhere else in Northern Ireland.
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.
Comber Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church was built on a site donated by James Andrews and the stained glass windows in the church depict family members. Members of the Andrews' family are also buried in the graveyard.
Complete with bell and cast iron fountains, this Victorian cemetery was opened in 1869 as Belfast's first cross-denominational burial ground. Download a Heritage Trail to help you uncover and explore this fascinating site.
Fanad Peninsula is stunningly beautiful with a wide range of activities to enjoy, and the lighthouse is one of three signature points in Donegal on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Struell Wells was built around a stream flowing through a secluded valley. It was a popular place of pilgrimage from the 1600s until the 1840s.
Mysterious sentinels such as the Goles Alignment add to the enchantment of Tyrone and the Sperrins and are integral to the landscape and story of the region.
The ruins of Ardclinis Church and Graveyard occupy a beautiful setting overlooking Red Bay in the townland and civil parish of Ardclinis
The site contains two early churches situated back to back. Even earlier, it was the site of a monastery founded by St. Moninna (517) as one of the most important monasteries for nuns in Medieval Ireland.