Ardglass
5°36′04″W / 54.253°N 5.601°W / 54.253; -5.601Ardglass (from Irish Ard Ghlais, meaning "green height") is a coastal village, townland and civil parish in County Down, ...
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Portaferry
5°32′55″W / 54.3809°N 5.5486°W / 54.3809; -5.5486Portaferry (from Irish Port a' Pheire, meaning "landing place of the ferry") is a small town in County Down, Northern...
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Atticall
6°02′38″W / 54.109°N 6.044°W / 54.109; -6.044Attical or Atticall (from Irish: Áit Tí Chathail, meaning "place of Cathal's house") is a small village and townland (of 396 a...
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Ballynahatty, County Down
Ballynahatty (from Irish Baile na hÁite Tí, meaning "townland of the house site") is small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It lies on the southern edge of Belfast. It c...
Crossgar
5°45′53″W / 54.39811°N 5.76479°W / 54.39811; -5.76479Crossgar (from Irish an Chrois Ghearr, meaning "the short cross") is a village and townland in County Down, North...
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Drumlough, Rathfriland
6°10′44″W / 54.219°N 6.179°W / 54.219; -6.179Drumlough (Irish: Druim Loch) is a village/townland in County Down, Northern Ireland, southwest of Rathfriland, and is located...
Magheraconluce
6°00′29″W / 54.427°N 6.008°W / 54.427; -6.008Magheraconluce (historically Magheraclonelish - from Irish: Machaire Cluana Lios, meaning "plain of the meadow of the ringfort...
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Ballyhornan
5°33′W / 54.3°N 5.55°W / 54.3; -5.55Ballyhornan is a village and townland in eastern County Down, Northern Ireland, located along the coast of the Irish Sea. It has about 1,00...
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Saintfield
5°50′W / 54.46°N 5.83°W / 54.46; -5.83Saintfield (from Irish: Tamhnaigh Naomh, meaning "field of saints") is a village and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. I...
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Loughinisland
5°49′30″W / 54.338°N 5.825°W / 54.338; -5.825Loughinisland (/ˈlɒxɨn.aɪlənᵈ/ LOKH-in-EYE-lən(d), from Irish Loch an Oileáin, meaning "lake of the island") is a small v...
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Dundrum, County Down
5°51′W / 54.25°N 5.85°W / 54.25; -5.85Dundrum (from Irish: Dún Droma, meaning "fort of the ridge") is a village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is beside...
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Greyabbey
5°33′36″W / 54.535°N 5.560°W / 54.535; -5.560Greyabbey or Grey Abbey is a small village, townland and civil parish located on the eastern shores of Strangford Lough, on the Ar...
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Gamblestown
6°14′02″W / 54.428°N 6.234°W / 54.428; -6.234Gamblestown is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland about 1.5km from Donaghcloney, on the Lurgan to Dromore road. It i...
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Monteith, County Down
6°10′12″W / 54.281°N 6.170°W / 54.281; -6.170Monteith (from Irish: Móin Taobh, meaning "bogside") is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census i...
Ardtole Church
Ardtole Church (Ulster Scots: Ardtole Kirk) is a 15th-century ruined church standing on a hilltop overlooking the Irish Sea and the Isle of Man, 0.75 miles (1.2 km) north-east of the town of Ardg...
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Bryansford
5°56′W / 54.21°N 5.93°W / 54.21; -5.93Bryansford is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland. It sits at the northern side of Tollymore Forest Park, roughly halfway be...
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Ballygowan
5°48′W / 54.5°N 5.8°W / 54.5; -5.8Ballygowan (from Irish Baile Mhic Gabhann, meaning "MacGabhann's town") is a village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. ...
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Castlewellan
5°55′59″W / 54.267°N 5.933°W / 54.267; -5.933Castlewellan (from Irish Caisleán Uidhilín, meaning "Uidhilín's castle") is a village in County Down, Northern Ireland. I...
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Donaghcloney
6°15′37″W / 54.419979°N 6.260319°W / 54.419979; -6.260319Donaghcloney or Donacloney (from Irish: Domhnach Cluana, meaning "church of the meadow") is a small village and to...
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Kilcoo, County Down
Kilcoo (from Irish: Cill Chua, meaning "church of mourning" – from the legend that Saint Patrick's body stayed there while on its way to Downpatrick to be buried) is a small village and civil pari...
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Lawrencetown, County Down
Lawrencetown or Laurencetown is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland. It sits on the River Bann, along the main road between the towns of Banbridge and Portadown. It is within the parish ...
Millisle
5°31′44″W / 54.608°N 5.529°W / 54.608; -5.529Millisle or Mill Isle is a village on the Ards Peninsula in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is about 3 miles (4.8 km) south...
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Shrigley, County Down
5°39′50″W / 54.411°N 5.664°W / 54.411; -5.664Shrigley is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland about a mile north-west of Killyleagh. It is named after Pott Shrigl...
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Cowd Castle
5°36′21″W / 54.2582°N 5.6057°W / 54.2582; -5.6057Cowd Castle is a castle situated in Ardglass, County Down, Northern Ireland. It is on the other side of the road from Margaret...
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Drumbo
5°57′32″W / 54.516°N 5.959°W / 54.516; -5.959Drumbo (from Irish: Druim Bó, meaning "ridge of the cow") is a small village, townland and civil parish in County Down, Northe...
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Waringsford
6°06′37″W / 54.374458°N 6.110244°W / 54.374458; -6.110244Waringsford is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland, 6km south east of Dromore. It is situated within Banb...
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Portaferry Marina
Portaferry Marina is situated in Portaferry, on the east shore of The Narrows (separating Portaferry and Strangford villages), the gateway to Strangford Lough, County Down, Northern Ireland. It is own...
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Killowen
Killowen (from Irish Cill Eoghain, meaning "Eoghain's church", now spelt Cill Eoin), alternatively spelt Cill Abhainn is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is near Rostrevo...
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Portaferry Castle
5°32′56″W / 54.380°N 5.549°W / 54.380; -5.549Portaferry Castle is a small tower house in Portaferry, County Down, Northern Ireland, overlooking the harbour. It was built in th...
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Killough
5°37′59″W / 54.25°N 5.633°W / 54.25; -5.633Killough (/kɨˈlɒx/ ki-LOKH; from Irish: Cill Locha, meaning "church of the loch") is a village and townland in County Down, Nort...
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