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Wars and Conflict - The Plantation of Ulster

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Plantation Architecture

The Plantation left its architectural mark on the Ulster landscape. Join Nick Brannon, Director of Built Heritage at the Environment and Heritage Service in Belfast and Bob Hunter, retired University of Ulster historian, on a tour of some of Northern Ireland’s most outstanding examples of castles, bawns and forts.

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Ballygally Castle
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Monea Castle
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Kirkistown Castle
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Castle Caulfield
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Tullaghoge Fort
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St Columb's Cathedral, Londonderry
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Watergate, Enniskillen
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Maguire's Castle
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Ballygally CastleMonea CastleKirkistown CastleCastle CaulfieldTullaghoge FortSt Columb's Cathedral, LondonderryWatergate, EnniskillenMaguire's Castle

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