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Top Things to Do in Bangor, Northern Ireland, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Bangor Castle

Bangor Castle is a country house situated in Castle Park in Bangor, Northern Ireland. It is now the offices of the local council. This imposing building is an elegant mansion in the Elizabethan-Jacobean revival style, with 35 bedrooms and incorporating a huge salon for musical recitals.

Crawfordsburn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Crawfordsburn (from Ulster Scots Crawford's burn, meaning "Crawford's stream") is a small picturesque village in County Down, Northern Ireland. The village, which is now effectively a commuter suburb, lies between Holywood and Bangor to the north of the A2 road, about 4 km west of Bangor town centre.

Eddie Irvine

Edmund "Eddie" Irvine, Jr. (born 10 November 1965) is a former racing driver from Northern Ireland. Irvine grew up in Conlig, County Down, and was influenced by his parents, who were also involved in motor racing. His father, Edmund Sr, and his sister, Sonia (now a physiotherapist), worked with him during his career.

Bangor Abbey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bangor Abbey was established by Saint Comgall in 558 in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland and was famous for its learning and austere rule. It is not to be confused with the even older abbey in Wales on the site of Bangor Cathedral. Bangor Abbey was a centre of learning which trained missionaries in the Middle Ages.

Bangor Old Custom House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Old Custom House of Bangor is a 17th-century tower and adjoining tower house. It is situated on the seafront in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland. It is a well preserved reminder of Bangor's seafaring history alongside its modern marina.