The Dark Hedges (ii)

The Dark Hedges (ii) - Irish Landscapes
The Dark Hedges is an avenue of Beech trees. They were planted in the 1700’s by the Stuart family. They were intended to serve as a landscape feature leading up to their rather grand Georgian mansion, Gracehill house, which still stands to this day. Little did they realise, that crowds of people would travel from far and wide, to see these peculiar trees, in the modern day, to pay homage to a scene in ’The Game of Thrones’.
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