County Antrim

County Antrim, or Aontroim in Irish, is located on the north-east shore of Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland. It has beautiful rugged landscape and is home to the World Heritage Site, Giant’s Causeway. Our county town is Antrim town and we have a population of approximately 618,108.

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Buildings from County Antrim

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Wallburn Cottage home of Samuel Armstrong RUSSELL
Wallburn Cottage
Alfred St Presbyterian, Belfast
Alfred St Presbyterian
Parks' Cabin BALLYGALLY
Parks' Cabin BALLYGALLY
Drumsough House
Drumsough House
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Latest Events from County Antrim

Street Session, Ireland
Ceili Club
Antrim
29th April 2015
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