The A2 coastal route shown in red from Derry to Newry. The A2 is a major road in Northern Ireland, a considerable length of which is often referred to the Antrim Coast Road because much of it follows the scenic coastline of County Antrim; other parts of the road follow the coasts in Counties Down and Londonderry.
A bastion or bulwark is a structure projecting outward from the curtain wall of a fortification, most commonly angular in shape and positioned at the corners. The fully developed bastion consists of two faces and two flanks with fire from the flanks being able to protect the curtain wall and also the adjacent bastions.
Ashbrook is a unique historic house in Northern Ireland as it has been continuously lived in by the same family since before the plantation. The house and family have strong historic links with the City of Derry.
Michael O'Neill added a new photo — at Ballyarnett Country Park. · May 24 at 11:44am · Derry, United Kingdom · Michael O'Neill added a new photo — at Ballyarnett Country Park.
Bedlam Market Derry, Derry, Northern Ireland. 3.6K likes. BEDLAM is the main destination in Derry and the North-West for all your vintage, antiques and...
A Derry Landmark Reborn The exquisite Grade B1 listed Bishop’s Gate Hotel is perfectly positioned within the historic city walls in the heart of Derry City’s Cathedral Quarter.
Willie Doherty, a Derry-born artist, has amassed a large body of work which addresses the troubles in Northern Ireland. "30 January 1972" deals specifically with the events of Bloody Sunday. In mid-2005, the play Bloody Sunday: Scenes from the Saville Inquiry, a dramatisation based on the Saville Inquiry, opened in London, and subsequently travelled to Derry and Dublin.
Boom Hall In 1779, ninety years after Derry was saved from the starvation of the great siege of 1689, Colby’s book records that Boom Hall, a fine example of a classical villa, was built by John Alexander on the west bank of the river Foyle.
Brooke Park, Derry: Address, Phone Number, Brooke Park Reviews: 4.5/5. Europe ; United Kingdom (UK) ... Get quick answers from Brooke Park staff and past visitors.
Brunswick Moviebowl is the foremost entertainment complex in the North West of Ireland. Featuring a 7 Screen Cinema, 16 Ten-Pin bowling lanes and much more! Brunswick Moviebowl is the foremost entertainment complex in the North West of Ireland.
Monument Type: City Walls Butcher Gate was one of the four original city gates, but the structure you see here today was rebuilt in 1810. It is constructed from a mixture of buff and red ashlar sandstone and has a single elliptical-arched opening over which the walkway is humped.
The best example of this adaptation is the insertion of three additional gates – Castle Gate, New Gate and Magazine Gate – into the walls in the course of the 19th century. Today, the fortifications form a continuous promenade around the city centre, complete with cannon, avenues of mature trees and views across Derry.
We are a group of four Church of Ireland churches in the North West of Ireland. Three of our churches are in the historic city of Derry/Londonderry in Northern Ireland and one is in the border village of Muff in the Republic of Ireland.
This Cathedral is the mother church of the Church of Ireland in the Anglican Diocese of Derry and is the parish church of Templemore. St. Columb’s Cathedral was the first Protestant Cathedral built in both Britain and Ireland after the Protestant Reformation.
Craigavon Bridge is one of three bridges to be built in the area. The first bridge over the River Foyle was a wooden one built in 1790. It was assembled in America and transported to Derry to be positioned in the Bridge Street area about 90 metres north of the present bridge.
Creggan Country Park is a watersports, outdoor pursuits and angling centre in Derry, Northern Ireland. To view information on all our funders click here
In 2011, on the 25th of June, the Peace Bridge opened. It is a cycle and foot bridge that begins from the Guild Hall in the city centre of Derry City to Ebrington Square and St Columb’s Park on the far side of the River Foyle.
Erected in 1927, the Diamond War Memorial is located on The Diamond in the centre of Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.It is dedicated to the citizens of the city who lost their lives while in military service during World War I
Double Bastion occupies the south-west corner of the layout of the walls and, following removal of surrounding 19th-century housing in Nailor’s Row, is one of the most prominent parts of the monument and the site of one of the best known cannon known as ‘Roaring Meg’.
Information about Ollie's & Ledwidge's Room, Ebrington Square, Derry.
Escape Rooms Derry. 518 likes. Escape Rooms Derry is Derry City's first room escape game company.
The Ghost at Fanny Wylie’s Bridge. Close to the village of Ballyarnett on the outskirts of Derry there is a small stone bridge. An ivy-clad tree grows close by the remains of an old cottage.
Monument Type: City Walls. Ferryquay Gate is located on the site of one of the four original gates. The gate originally had a drawbridge and tower; this was replaced by the present day gate in 1866. It probably led down to the ferry and later, to the first city bridge.
Loyalist Murals (The Fountain) is located in Derry. Using our international travel planner, Derry attractions like Loyalist Murals (The Fountain) can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
The Foyle Valley Railway is a railway museum in Derry, Northern Ireland. Foyle Valley Railway Museum was initially opened in 1990 on the site of Foyle Road station of the GNR (Ireland).
Free Derry Corner, formerly the gable end of 33 Lecky Rd. The original hand painted slogan. (Courtesy Jim Davies) Free Derry Corner has always been at the heart of the Bogside and at the heart of the Troubles. (Courtesy Barney McMonagle) The back of the [wall] is used for political issues...(Courtesy Jim Collins)...and social and cultural events.
Museum of Free Derry reopens in the Bogside. It's a new era for the Museum of Free Derry, having returned to its state-of-the-art new building in Glenfada Park.
Gasyard Heritage Centre added 4 new photos to the album: The final Sacrifice of Derry Hunger Strikers. · May 31, 2013 · Five of the ten men who died during the 1981 Hunger Strike were from County Derry.
The Grianan of Aileach (Irish: Grianán Ailigh, sometimes anglicised as Greenan Ely or Greenan Fort) is a hillfort atop the 244 metres (801 ft) high Greenan Mountain at Inishowen in County Donegal, Ireland.
Heritage Tower. One of the smallest of the museums and galleries in Northern Ireland, it was built during the 19th century. The Heritage Tower was once the prison home to famous Irish leaders, Wolfe Tone and De Valera. The Tower is located in the Fountain area of the city.
Kilfennan Valley Park. A Derry City Council wood; ... Kilfennan Valley Park Get directions ... C459172. Nearby woods. St Columbs Park County Londonderry; Bay Road ...
The Dry Moat Walk The best way to see the Derry Walls is to walk around the exterior of the monument, exiting the Walled City through New Gate, passing by Bishop's Gate and re-entering the Walled City through Butcher Gate.
El monumento conmemorativo Diamond se encuentra a 700 metros del Quirky One Bed Apartment y el aeropuerto de la Ciudad de Derry, el más cercano, a 12 km.
The Museum of Free Derry opened in 2007 in order to tell the story of what happened in the city during the period 1968 – 1972, popularly known as ‘Free Derry’, and including the civil rights era, Battle of the Bogside, Internment, Bloody Sunday and Operation Motorman.
In the steep, wooded Glen of the Burntollet River, south-west of Derry/Londonderry, lies Ness Country park. This area consists of 55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland which extends along both sides of the Burntollet River.
derry Peace Bridge inspiration The Derry Peace Bridge over the River Foyle bridges a 400 year old physical and political gap between two sides of a once, bitterly divided community. Designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects in London and funded to the tune of £14 million by the European Regional Development Fund for Peace it is a very impressive and elegant piece of architecture.
“Under the auspices of The World Peace Flame Foundation, the eternal flame will make its way from The Hague to Derry/Londonderry. “The flame is a symbol, a powerful beacon that can inspire thousands to turn their dreams of peace into action.
The 12 murals that decorate the gable ends of houses along Rossville St, near Free Derry Corner, are popularly referred to as the People's Gallery. They are the work of 'the Bogside Artists' (Kevin Hasson, Tom Kelly, and Will Kelly, who passed away in 2017).
The Playtrail, Derry, Northern Ireland. 8,357 likes · 294 talking about this · 3,238 were here. The Playtrail is a unique play & educational facility in...
The main Derry–Dublin road between the City and Newbuildings was made in 1795. ... Prehen House was acquired in 1971 by its current owners, the Peck family, ...
The siege governors The Royal Bastion is associated with the city's four governors during the 1689 siege. Professional soldier Robert Lundy was unconvinced that the city could be defended against Jacobite attack.
Shipquay Gate This is one of the original four city gates with the present archway dating from 1805. The interior face of the gate has on each side a circular frame - on the left hand side is a cornucopia and on the right hand side is a caduceus. On the exterior face there are similar frames without ornaments.
St Columb's Cathedral, August 2009 St Columb's Cathedral in the walled city of Derry, Northern Ireland is the mother church of the Church of Ireland Diocese of Derry and Raphoe and the parish church of Templemore.
Long Tower S.O.S. The 3rd Draw of the Long Tower SOS 2018 Draw will take place on Monday, 5th March 2018 at 8.00pm in the Long Tower Parish Office. All prize winners will be notified immediately afterwards.
St Eugene's Cathedral is the Roman Catholic cathedral located in Derry, Northern Ireland. It is the "Mother Church" for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Derry, as well as the parish Church of the parish of Templemore.
Welcome to St Columb's Park House At the end of the peace bridge, nestled in a beautiful historic park, lies one of the best kept secrets in the City, St Columb’s Park House. We believe that a better world is possible and that everyday people and everyday activism is the key to achieving this.
The Siege Museum and Exhibition is a permanent display of the history of the “Siege of Londonderry” and of the Associated Clubs of the Apprentice Boys of Derry.
Áras Cholmcille The St.Columba Heritage Centre Digital Book of Kells animation shorts: "In the beginning"; "Book to battle"; and "Monks and monsters". This material is courtesy of The Nerve Centre and was developed as part of the Return of Colmcille Festival.
Our Reading Rooms group in Derry/Londonderry features in new video Read more. ... Verbal Arts Centre Stable Lane and Mall Wall Bishop Street Within Derry~Londonderry, ...