Doan Mountain is a staple of the county and is popular for hikes and nature walks.
Inch Abbey is a large monastic ruin that once was on an island in the middle of the Quoile Marshes and the original structure was built by 800 A.D.
Sheep are everywhere in Ireland and Co. Down is no exception.
One of many megalithic formations around the globe, this one is similar is construction to another circle in Cumbria, England.
Watching a sunset over Strangford Lough is a must.
Close to where Saint Patrick is believed to have died is this massive tribute to him, on the base of the statue are bronze panels detailing events from his life.
This is a megalithic tomb at the center of a massive, circular Earth mound constructed around 2700BC. It also predates the Egyptian Pyramids.
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