Derry Attractions

DERRY Attractions

Derry Hands Across the Divide, Carlisle Square, Craigavon, Derry

Hands Across the Divide is the work of local Sculptor Maurice Harron. The bronze statues standing on separate columns with outstretched hands depicts a theme of reconciliation. this monument was unveiled dring July 1992 by the Environment and Economy Minister for Northern Ireland Mr Robert Atkins. This impressive landmark stands as a welcoming feature as you approach the city centre.

The Guildhall, Guildhall Street, Derry

The Guildhall, Guildhall Street, in Derry located just outside Derry City old Walls, was financed by the Honourable the Irish Society. It is a worthy example of Gothic style architecture in this building. Used mainly as an administrative centre when opened in the 1900's and today it still retains this function along also with a newly introduced Tourist Interactive section providing lots of Derry history and a cafe. The Guildhall in Derry is worthy for its architectural features along with its many fine stained glass windows depicting the history of Derry City and the Guildhall great organ which has over 3000 pipes.

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