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Beaghmore Stone Circles

Beaghmore Stone Circles

County Tyrone in Northern Ireland is peppered with thousands of archaeological sites. The most impressive are the Bronze Age Beaghmore Stone Circles and cairns, approx. 10 miles north west of Cookstown, in the southeast of the Sperrin Mountains.

Benburb Castle

Benburb Castle

Benburb Castle is a fortified bawn built by Sir Richard Wingfield during the Plantation in 1611 on a limestone cliff overlooking the River Blackwater, the border between County Tyrone and County Armagh.

Point Square Dublin

Point Square Dublin

We took the drone up above the Point Square recently to capture an AirPano of Dublin’s docklands. We got a great shot of the area with the fog lingering over the River Liffey. The AirPano has information markers which show just how central the Point Village is for business and pleasure if you’re visiting Dublin.

W5 Belfast

W5 Belfast

Based at the Odyssey Complex in Belfast W5 is unlike any museum you have visited as there is not one “Do Not Touch” sign in sight!

W5 is hard to put into words as it is an experience – W5 stands for whowhatwherewhenwhy – the five questions we all ask of everything…

Carrickfergus Town

Carrickfergus Town

We flew our AirPano Drone over the town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tour which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in Carrickfergus.

St Nicholas’ Church Carrickfergus

St Nicholas’ Church Carrickfergus

St Nicholas’ Church was established on this site in 1182 by John de Courcy, an Anglo-Norman knight who arrived in Ireland in 1176 and who was responsible for building the impressive Carrickfergus Castle. Symbolism and history are interwoven in the church’s fabric. There are many impressive stained glass windows whose unique style and colouring makes this church a constant focus for visitors.

Belfast – A Brand New Day [VIDEO]

Belfast’s has had an incredible journey in becoming a vibrant city break, conference and cruise ship destination and hosting world class sports & music events.

Narrow Water Castle Keep

Narrow Water Castle Keep

Narrow Water Castle is a famous 16th-century tower house and bawn near Warrenpoint in Northern Ireland. There has been a keep on this site since 1212. It was a strategic spot and was originally built by Hugh de Lacy (first Earl of Ulster) as part of the area’s Norman fortifications to prevent attacks on Newry via the river.

Castle Caulfield

Castle Caulfield

Blink and you would miss this visitor attraction in County Tyrone. The substantial remains of Castle Caulfield were built by Sir Toby Caulfield between 1611 and 1619 on the site of an earlier O’Donnelly Castle.

The Top 20 most viewed posts of 2014

The Top 20 most viewed posts of 2014

What a year we had! 2014 was our most travelled yet. There were so many great places we visited with our 360° cameras, but what were the ones you liked the most? We take a look back at our most popular posts and 360° photos of 2014 visited by you.

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Antrim Town

Antrim is the county town of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Antrim is a small town not frequently visited by tourists, yet it is one of the more historic towns in Northern Ireland with many interesting sights and buildings of historic note.

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