"The Dark Hedges" Co. Antrim, Ireland


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When I think of visiting a place, I tend to think of the beach, or the mountains, out of habit. But this is something worth visiting, and it's right in the woods. These are the Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland.



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Tree tunnel Northern Ireland: The Dark Hedges is a beech alley planted in County Antrim in the eighteenth century. The ancient gnarly trees form a natural arched tunnel which is now one of the most famous local landmarks.

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The Dark Hedges – Located in Bregagh Road near Armoy, in Northern Ireland. It is a unique stretch of Beech Trees. This lovely avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century.