Dunluce Castle Ruins, Northern Ireland

Dunluce Castle Ruins, Northern Ireland

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Caption: Built on a rocky outcrop in the 1200s, only part of the fort remains of the Dunluce Castle, after it was left abandoned after the Battle of Boynes in 169, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

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