Giant's Causeway

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Belfast Telegraph
Game Of Thrones helped N Ireland head for busiest tourist year, says Tourism NI Tourism NI believes attractions like the Giant's Causeway, and Game Of Throne
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Tourism NI believes attractions like the Giant's Causeway, and Game Of Thrones helped attract more visitors October 19 2017 Game Of Thrones helped N Ireland head for... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ophelia: Day Northern Ireland shut down as storm forces widespread closuresstreets and roads in many towns and cities eerily deserted. The National Trust
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
streets and roads in many towns and cities eerily deserted. The National Trust announced that its north coast sites, the Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Portstewart Strand, Downhill and Cushendun beach, would be closed to the public... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Surge in visitors from Republic sees Northern Ireland's tourism benefit to tune of £40mwelcomed almost 440,000 people through its doors between April and August. Tha
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
welcomed almost 440,000 people through its doors between April and August. That's up from 360,000 in 2016. However, the Giant's Causeway is still the most popular tourist attraction. There was an increase of 11% visitors last year, bringing... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scottish myths and legends: vampire fairies, shape shifting selkies and the Loch Ness monster[or McCool] who has had some of our most famous geographical features attribute
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
[or McCool] who has had some of our most famous geographical features attributed to him. Legend has it he built the Giant's Causeway as stepping-stones to Scotland, so as not to get his feet wet. Fingal's Cave is also named after him. "The... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scottish myths and legends: vampire fairies, shape shifting selkies and the Loch Ness monster[or McCool] who has had some of our most famous geographical features attribute
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
[or McCool] who has had some of our most famous geographical features attributed to him. Legend has it he built the Giant's Causeway as stepping-stones to Scotland, so as not to get his feet wet. Fingal's Cave is also named after him. "The... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scotland's myths and legends: vampire fairies, shape shifting Selkies, monsters and other mysterious creatures of the deep[or McCool] who has had some of our most famous geographical features attribute
heraldscotland / Posted 12 days ago
[or McCool] who has had some of our most famous geographical features attributed to him. Legend has it he built the Giant's Causeway as stepping-stones to Scotland, so as not to get his feet wet. Fingal's Cave is also named after him. "The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
NI's Gilbert-Ash enjoys its best year ever as turnover and profits surge aheadand the public sector, to GB." Here the firm has been behind projects such as
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
and the public sector, to GB." Here the firm has been behind projects such as the Lyric Theatre in Belfast and the Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre. And it is currently building the new AC by Marriott Hotel at Belfast Harbour and a student... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
National Trust out of step on Giant's Causeway gift shop Tourists visiting his shop at the Giant’s Causeway. Photo: Mark Jamieson Edi
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Tourists visiting his shop at the Giant’s Causeway. Photo: Mark Jamieson Editor's Viewpoint September 27 2017 Undoubtedly visitors... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
National Trust slams door on Giant's Causeway shop after 70 years Tommy McConaghy outside his souvenir shop at the Giant’s Causeway Centre. Pho
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Tommy McConaghy outside his souvenir shop at the Giant’s Causeway Centre. Photo: Mark Jamieson September 27 2017 A... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Why these are among the best of times for Northern Irelandcruise ships will arrive - 24 in the month of August alone. Many of the passeng
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
cruise ships will arrive - 24 in the month of August alone. Many of the passengers head straight for Titanic Quarter, the Giant's Causeway and the Ulster Museum, but it's also heartening to hear the large variety of accents in Belfast city centre... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Ireland: Top o' the worldknife-edge headland track a mere metre wide . One of Northern Ireland's best k
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
knife-edge headland track a mere metre wide . One of Northern Ireland's best known coastal attractions, and rightly so, is Giant's Causeway. This natural wonder on the North Antrim coast consists of some 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. It's a... Read more
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DW
Our beautiful planet: The Giant's Causeway |soon realized his mistake. Benandonner was much larger. And when the Scottish g
DW / Posted 1 months ago
soon realized his mistake. Benandonner was much larger. And when the Scottish giant made his way across sea using the "Giant's Causeway," Fionn turned to his wife Una for help. She disguised her husband as a baby. When Benandonner saw the size... Read more

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