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Quiz: How well do you know Northern Ireland?

Waterfalls, castles and 17th century city walls: Northern Ireland has it all. Put your knowledge of it to the test now

Cuilagh Boardwalk, Northern Ireland (Shutterstock)

1. Visitors can walk three trails at Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, Giants Causeway. What colour is the quickest?

Blue

Red

Green

Yellow

2. First erected in 1755, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge connects to an island that’s home to what?

A visitors’ centre

A puffin museum

A fisherman’s cottage

A lighthouse

3. What is the name of this castle?

Kinbane Castle

Omagh Castle

Belfast Castle

Carrickfergus Castle

4. What is Northern Ireland’s highest mountain?

Commedagh

Donard

Binnian

Bearnagh

5. What kind of wildlife are you most likely to see from April to July on Rathlin Island?

Seals

Otters

Puffins

Rabbits

6. In which county will you find the 9m tall Gleno Waterfall?

Down

Antrim

Armagh

Tyrone

7. Which town or city does Cave Hill overlook?

Belfast

Omagh

Derry/Londonderry

Coleraine

8. What is the nickname of Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail, which traverses over bog?

Stairway to Hell

Stairway to Heaven

The Chalk Walk

Portach Trail

9. What is the name of this distinctive rock formation near Portrush Whiterocks Beach?

Rainbow Arch

Rock Bridge

Window to the World

Wishing Arch

10. How many gates does Derry’s 17th century walls have?

Seven

Four

Two

One

11. Game of Thrones’ fans will recognise this avenue of beech trees, which is known as Dark Hedges. What’s the name of the mansion at the end of it?

King’s Place

Capecastle

Gracehill House

Ballymoney House & Gardens

12. Why was the museum Titanic Belfast built in Belfast?

RMS Titanic set sail there

RMS Titanic’s designer was born there

RMS Titanic’s captain was born there

RMS Titanic was built there

13. What is the nickname of the 1,185 hectare Glenariff Forest Park, which is one of nine glens in County Antrim?

Princess of the Glens

Queen of the Glens

Prince of the Glens

King of the Glens

14. Which family built Dunluce Castle around 1500?

The Dunluces

The MacQuillans

The MacDonnells

The Magherecross’

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