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Dark Hedges
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DarkHedges is an alley of 100 years old beech trees. It is not easy to find but worth try. You want find much about it in guide books but some web sites will tel you how to get there.

Copyright: Marek Koszorek
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Geüpload: 30/04/2012
Geüpdatet: 15/08/2014
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Tags: ireland; northern ireland; co. antrim
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