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Derry/Londonderry – City of Culture is open for business

Derry/Londonderry is open for business.


Derry/Londonderry – The story of Bloody Sunday

On January 13, 1972 in the Bogside area of Derry/Londonderry, British Army soldiers shot and killed 13 men in an incident that would become known as Bloody Sunday.


Dungiven – ‘Oh Danny Boy, the pipes are calling…’

To the rear of Dungiven Castle, at the start of an unkempt and unkept gardens, is a sculpture dedicated to one of Ireland’s most famous sons – and songs.


Dungiven – Hospitality at the home of the ‘Terror of the Stranger’

Not many castles are found by the main road. The view of the front of Dungiven Castle is unlikely to be described as the most spectacular in the country.


Derry/Londonderry – The People’s Gallery in Bogside

Internationally acclaimed art is not something you normally associate with the ‘troubles’ in Northern Ireland.


Dungiven – An Irishman’s home is his castle… and army base, and dance hall

If anything says magical it’s a night in a castle. The history, the romance… the full English breakfast – it’s all there. And Dungiven Castle is no exception.


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