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  • Vicki Otis

    The Dark Hedges, Antrim, Ireland -- This avenue of beech trees is known locally as ‘the dark hedges’ are thought to be around 300 years old. There are over 100 beech trees which line the Bregagh Road which is near the village of Stranocum in County Antrim.

  • Brooke Ashleigh

    The Dark Hedges, Antrim, Ireland issues with tree tunnels

  • Tracy LeeAnn

    The Dark Hedges, Antrim, Ireland This looks like something out of a fairy tale!!! I wouldn't want to have to walk that road in the dark!!!

  • Trisha

    The Dark Hedges, a short country road in the village of Armoy surrounded by old beech trees. Unique and completely stunning. County Antrim, Northern Ireland

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