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Photos taken in Summer around Northern Ireland
Here are various scenes throughout Northern Ireland taken in Spring and Summer 2006, showing the wide variety of people, landscapes, history and culture that we posess. All of the pictures on this page link to a bigger picture. Just click on any picture to see the larger image (640 x 480), and hit back on your browser to return to this page.

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Megalife 2006
Young people enjoying the open air megalife Christian concert in Moira demesne
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Friends
A group of friends discuss the free concert in Moira
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Navan Fort
The entrance to Navan Fort, the site of a historic early Irish settlement in Armagh.
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Clonoe Church
The ancient Clonoe Church and cemetery near the western shores of Lough Neagh
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Legananny Dolmen
This is probably the most famous dolmen in Northern Ireland. It is found in the Mourne Mountains..
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Tullymore forest park
Near Newcastle in County Down, is Tullymore forest, a local beauty spot.
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Forest
Unfortunately Northern Ireland is the least wooded area in Europe. This is Tullymore forest, one of the few wooded places.
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Castlewellan
This old stately home and luxurious garden, lake and trees are in Castlewellan.
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Busking Festival
The buskfest in Banbridge proved to be very popular.
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Flautist
Among the competitors was this flute player raising money for a charity
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Kilkeel
The boats rest in the harbour of the small fishing town of Kilkeel.
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Loyalist Mural
The Northern Irish tradition of mural painting continues unabated. This Unionist mural is in the Village estate in Belfast.
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Republican Mural
The Nationalists also have a tradition of mural painting to commemorate their heroes. This one is on Belfast's Falls Road
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The Argory
The gardens of a stately home belonging to the National Trust, near Portadown
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Red Sky
Red sky over the Woodland Trust's Corcrain community woodland at Corcrain in Portadown.