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Quiz: How well do you know Northern Ireland?

Windswept beaches, wild mountains and epic walks – Northern Ireland has it all. But how many of these memorable spots are familiar to you? Let's see how much you know about this beautiful country...

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1. The 40,000 basalt columns of Giant’s Causeway are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In which county can you walk on them?

County Antrim

Derry/Londonderry

Down

Armagh

2. What is the name of this castle?

Dunluce

Belfast

Carrickfergus

Glenarm

3. The Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail is nicknamed…

Stairway to Paradise

Stairway to the Stars

Ladder of Love

Stairway to Heaven

4. The Dark Hedges is an avenue of beech trees which is best known for featuring in…

Bloody Sunday

Vikings

Spartacus

Game of Thrones

5. Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge was first erected by fishermen in…

1755

1829

1878

1904

6. Where can you cross Foley’s Bridge?

Tollymore Forest Park

Drum Manor Forest Park

Castlewellan Forest Park

Slieve Gullion Forest Park

7. Can you name the beach Mussenden Temple overlooks?

Portstewart Strand

West Strand

Downhill

Runkerry

8. How big is Glenariff Forest Park?

100 hectares

532 hectares

898 hectares

Over 1,000 hectares

9. Where is this rock arch closest to?

Ballycastle

Ballintoy

Ballykelly

Ballyreagh

10. How many steps are there at the exit of the UNESCO Global Geopark, Marble Arch Caves?

154

159

212

269

11. Which National Trust property does this estate belong to?

Castle Ward

Florence Court

Mount Stewart

The Argory

12. Can you name this beautiful bay?

White Park Bay

Browns Bay

Helen’s Bay

Dundrum Bay

13. What is the name of this grand building?

Parliament Buildings

Queen’s University Belfast

Belfast City Hall

Guildhall

14. The Peace Maze of Northern Ireland is made up of 6,000 yew trees. On average, how long does it take to complete?

15 minutes

25 minutes

40 minutes

55 minutes

15. The Morne Mountain range is home to Northern Ireland’s tallest mountain. What is it called?

Slieve Donard

Slieve Commedagh

Slieve Binnian

Slieve Bearnagh

16. In which year was Botanic Gardens in Belfast established?

1828

1852

1897

1899

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