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  1. Kilnasaggart Inscribed Stone

    Newry, County Down

    Kilnassagart Stone is regarded as being one of the oldest inscribed stones in Ireland. Read more

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  2. Navan Fort

    Armagh, County Armagh

    To the west of Armagh City lies Navan Fort, the ancient “Emain Macha” of Irish history and ... Read more

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  3. Slidderyford Dolmen

    Newcastle, County Down

    Slidderyford Dolmen is located in Dundrum and is a heritage site of major interest. Read more

  4. Ederney Covered Wishing Well

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Situated about 100 metres outside Ederney Village on the Main Road to Omagh, this unusual ... Read more

  5. Saint Cooeys Wells

    Portaferry, County Down

    South of Portaferry and towards Ballyquintin Point, sign posted, stands the Holy Wells founded ... Read more

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  6. Knockoneill Court Tomb

    Maghera, County Londonderry

    Dating from about 3000BC, this very dramatic two-chambered megalithic tomb with a semi-circular ... Read more

  7. Corliss Fort

    Newry, County Down

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  8. The Navan Centre

    Armagh, County Armagh

    Visit the Navan Centre, which interprets one of Ireland's most important ancient monuments. Read more

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  9. Legananny Dolmen

    Castlewellan, County Down

    Long-legged tripod 'giant's grave' located in the Slieve Croob area. Fine views of the Mourne ... Read more

  10. St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Downpatrick

    Downpatrick, County Down

    The foundation stone of this church was laid by Bishop Dorrian in 1886. Read more

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