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Fair Head
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Fair Head is a magnificent cliff at the mouth of Rathlin Sund. It overlooks a Rathlin Island and on a Fair day you can clearly see Scotish shores. It is lovely olace to take a walk on Sunday aftrenoon but also a place where every climber in Northern Ireland wants to put his hands on.

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Uploaded: 23/05/2011
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Tags: ireland; northern ireland; county antrim
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