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  1. Belfast

    Address

    Nine Lanyon Place, Ground Floor, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 3LF

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

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    Archaeological sites

    One mile north of Maghera stands a prehistoric tomb at least 4,000 - 6,000 years old. Dolmens are tomb structures with standing stones and a horizontal capstone, found in a number of places in Ireland.

    Facilities

    Provider Preferences

    • Free (parking charges may apply)
  2. Bellaghy

    Address

    Castle Street, Bellaghy, County Londonderry, BT45 8LA

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Type

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    Visitor Centres & Museums

    Built around 1619 by Sir Baptist Jones, Bellaghy Bawn is a fortified house and bawn (the defensive wall surrounding an Irish tower house).

    Facilities

    Provider Preferences

    • Free (parking charges may apply)

    Parking & Transport

    • On site parking
  3. Newry

    Address

    Bagenal's Castle, Castle Street, Newry, Co Down, BT34 2BY

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 3031 3170

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    Churches & Sacred Sites

    'Cill Bhronaigh', or Bronagh’s Church (12th century), is located in the graveyard just outside Rostrevor on the Hilltown Road. The graveyard contains Saint Bronagh’s Cross, dating from the late 8th century and a ruined 15th century building.

  4. Omagh

    Address

    Plumbridge, Omagh, County Tyrone, BT79 8AA

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9054 3001

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    Archaeological sites

    This well preserved and unusual monument is in an extensive area of blanket peat near the Butterlope Glen 4 miles north of Plumbridge. The wedge tomb is surrounded by an elegant stone circle of eleven tall schist stones.

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