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Bushmills (in Irish: ''Muileann na Buaise'') is a village on the north coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Bushmills had 1,319 inhabitants in the 2001 Census and is 95 km from Belfast, 10 km from Ballycastle and 15 km from Coleraine. The town's name is derived from the River Bush, one of Northern Ireland's salmon rivers. (...)
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"Belfast is still not a very big town, just over half a million inhabitants, but itâ€™s by far the biggest town in Northern Ireland."
"Despite decades of underinvestment and service cutbacks, Northern Ireland Railways (a division of Translink, Northern Ireland's public transport operator) manages to maintain a small but increasingly reliable passenger rail network around the province, with four 'domestic' lines radiating out from Belfast.Great Victoria Street Station is in the Centre of Belfast on as the name suggests Great Victoria Street Just yards from the Grand Opera House and Beside the Europa Hotel the Great Victoria Station is part of a Combined Bus/rail Station the bus centre being called Europa Bus Centre look for the sign above the door to access the station from the Great Victoria street itself "great Northern mall" the so called "Central Station" is not very Central at all its about half a Mile from the city centre."
"There are several museums, not least the award winning Tower Museum (European Museum of the year 1993) which tells the history of the city from prehistoric times through the foundation of the city in 542 through the siege until the more recent history of the city which saw civil unrest breakout in 1969 until the Northern Ireland peace process of the 1990's."
"Northern Ireland Tourist Board 24 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4DG, UK Tel: (08701) 555 250 (information) or (020) 7766 9920 (trade and marketing)."
"I'm planning to travel from Dublin to Bushmills on the north coast of Northern Ireland on monday 28th of April."
"Although Belfast was mostly associated with an inter-denomiational conflict between Catholics and Protestants for over thirty years from the late 1960's, an ongoing peace process between the two camps, not only in Belfast but throughout Northern Ireland, shows it is now more a city of hope, than of despair."
"Giant's Causeway is a spectacular rock formation on the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland."
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