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Northern Ireland Attractions Part II

Historic steam train from Downpatrick Churches and monasteries Belfast Cathedral (St Anne’s Cathedral) The Belfast Cathedral of the “Church of Ireland” was built between 1899 and 1932. In 1941 it was destroyed during the...

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Northern Ireland Attractions Part I

UNESCO World Heritage Site Giants Causeway (dam of the giant) west of Ballycastle around 40,000 evenly shaped, up to 12 m high and mostly hexagonal basalt columns form a kind of dam that runs...

Northern Ireland Embassies and consulates 0

Northern Ireland Embassies and Consulates

Representations of Great Britain in Germany Northern Ireland is a self-governing part of Great Britain and is therefore represented by the “Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”. The current...

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Northern Ireland Famous people

Musician Van Morrison (born 1945), rock musician, singer and composer Gary Moore (born 1952), rock and blues guitarist Natural scientist Thomas Andrews (1813-1885) physicist and chemist. Thomas Andrews was born in Belfast in 1813...

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Northern Ireland: Entry and Exit Requirements

Formalities, visas German, Swiss and Austrian nationals only need a passport or identity card to enter Northern Ireland. Issuing visas in Germany Visa department of the British Embassy British Consulate General Yorckstrasse 19 40476...

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Northern Ireland Geography

National borders Northern Ireland covers an area of ​​13,843 km² and shares a border with the Republic of Ireland of 360 km. Coastline Northern Ireland has a coast to the Atlantic Ocean with a...

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Northern Ireland History

Before the year 1000 The earliest documented settlement of the island began at the latest around 7000 BC by Mesolithic groups of hunters and gatherers who were probably immigrating from what is now northern...

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Northern Ireland Overview

Northern Ireland – Britain’s part of the Emerald Isle Northern Ireland, which is roughly the size of Schleswig-Holstein with an area of ​​around 14,000 km², has belonged to the United Kingdom of Great Britain...