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County Derry is part of Ulster in Northern Ireland. Its landscape is renowned for its hilliness - it is a picturesque combination of scenic hills, glens and river valleys. The earliest historical references to the area date back to the 6th century. The county was officially created in the 17th century during the Plantation of Ulster. The area includes the Bann, Foyle and Roe Vallys, the fertile Myroe flats and the Sperrin Mountains.

Derry City is located on the banks of the River Foyle, it is the second city of Northern Ireland and the county town of Derry. It is thought that the city's history began in about 546AD, with the founding of a monastery by Colm Cille. The town, and then city, grew up around this. The 17th century saw the area grow as a major part of the Plantation, organised by London livery companies (this connection with London is why it is sometimes referred to as Londonderry). The present walls that surround the city date back to 1618. It is a cathedral city for the Church of Ireland. The city is widely regarded as having been the last Renaissance walled city to be built in Europe. True to this style, it is laid out as a simple grid, with a diamond central square.

Located almost in the centre of the county is a site of great historical importance, the Dungiven Priory. The site dates back to the 11th century, as a place of worship. After the Norman invasion it became an Augustan Priory. The current structure dates back to 1384. It is perched high on a rock overlooking the River Roe.

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