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Poets and People of Creggan

Newry Visitor's Centre, Bagenal's Castle,, Castle Street, Newry, County Down, BT34 2BY
Poets and People of Creggan

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Explore the ancient churchyard at Creggan, where some of Ireland's greatest Gaelic poets are buried. Walk the Walled Garden, the Poet's Glen and follow the Poet's Trail around the Ring of Gullion, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Enjoy a trip to the market town of Crossmaglen and the village of Cullyhanna. Walk cycle or drive this area rich in literary heritage. For maps, guides and further information please check the website.

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