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Lugares emblemáticos en Ulster

Sitio histórico
“Built in 1870 & located in Cave Hill has some of the best views overlooking Belfast.”
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“A nice to sport to relax with a coffee from Roark's Kitchen or as the starting point for a coastal walk. The harbour was also used as a filming location for the Iron Islands in Game of Thrones.”
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Sitio histórico
“The fine dining Sandstone restaurant is a beautiful location to bring a loved one for a romantic evening or for a girlie catch up over afternoon tea. With the food they used all sourced locally and even grown on the grounds this award winning restaurant would be a shame to miss for foodies alike.”
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Sitio histórico
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“There cannot be a more wild and dramatic headland in Northern Ireland than Downhill Estate, with fabulous views that stretch over the whole of the North Coast of Ireland.”
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“National Trust property. Beech tree forest walk or lake walk. House tours. Ice house. Cafe and bookshop on site. Pay on entry. ”
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Castillo
“One of the most beautiful Irish castles, Parke’s Castle in County Leitrim and the lands around it originally belonged to Sir Brian O’Rourke who was a Gaelic chieftain. He had built a tower house here which was eventually demolished, but the foundations of it can be seen to this day in the castle's courtyard or bawn”
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Sitio histórico
“The Grianan of Aileach is a stone ringfort, atop a 244 metres (801 ft) hill beside Inch, thought to have been built by the Uí Néill in the sixth or seventh century.”
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Sitio histórico
“Until a recent renovation corrected its list, the Albert Memorial Clock was Belfast’s answer to Pisa’s leaning tower”
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Sitio histórico
“It is believed Diomoc, a disciple of St. Patrick and St. Benen, founded this church. By c.1270 it was in the ownership of the Knights Templars of Kilsaran. They dedicated the church to St. Catherine. The Knights Templars held it until the suppression of their order in 1314. It then passed to the Knights Hospitallers until they were suppressed by Henry VIII in 1540. The church is more famously known as the 'Jumping Church'. The west gable wall of the church has jumped inward to a few feet from its foundations. This is believed to have happened in February 1715 during a storm. However, legend says the enchanting wall of the church moved in 1715 to exclude the grave of an excommunicated man outside the building.”
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Puerto / Marina
“I visit here as part of my Causeway Coastal Route tour. This is a delightful little cafe/restaurant. Seasonal opening times.”
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