One of the oldest libraries in Ireland, Armagh Public Library was established in 1771 by Archbishop Robinson. In addition to the Archbishop's personal library of books from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries books, there is archival material relating to Christian heritage in Ireland and Europe. A registered museum, the Library holds ancient Irish artefacts such as stone axes, flint arrowheads and bronze implements.

The best kept secret locations in Northern Ireland that a lot of residents won’t know about

There are a lot of beautiful places to visit in Northern Ireland. Here we take a look at some of the lesser known beauty spots

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In Caldragh Cemetery on Boa Island in County Fermanagh stand two unique stone carvings. The larger of these is a Janus figure, two figures back to back with pear shaped heads interlacing.

1. Janus Figure, Boa Island, Co. Fermanagh

In Caldragh Cemetery on Boa Island in County Fermanagh stand two unique stone carvings. The larger of these is a Janus figure, two figures back to back with pear shaped heads interlacing.
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Located in Castleward, the showpiece village of Kearney was carefully restored by the National Trust to give the authenticity of a traditional fishing village.

2. Kearney Village, Co. Down

Located in Castleward, the showpiece village of Kearney was carefully restored by the National Trust to give the authenticity of a traditional fishing village.
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Alongside the Ballycastle/Cushendall road, you'll find a lonely and mysterious Moorland Lake, sometimes called the "Vanishing Lake" from its habit of disappearing suddenly as if "someone had pulled out the plug".

3. Loughareema, The Vanishing Lake, Co. Antrim

Alongside the Ballycastle/Cushendall road, you'll find a lonely and mysterious Moorland Lake, sometimes called the "Vanishing Lake" from its habit of disappearing suddenly as if "someone had pulled out the plug".
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You don't need to go to Egypt to see the pyramids...Northern Ireland has its very own.'Created as a burial chamber for Lord Garvagh in the 19th Century, this stone pyramid is located in Garvagh forest, just a short walk from the car park.

4. Garvagh Forest Pyramid

You don't need to go to Egypt to see the pyramids...Northern Ireland has its very own.'Created as a burial chamber for Lord Garvagh in the 19th Century, this stone pyramid is located in Garvagh forest, just a short walk from the car park.
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