The Dark Hedges (UK): Unusual and interesting places

The Dark Hedges

Localization: Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, UK.
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The Dark Hedges w Grze o Tron, kadr z filmu
The Dark Hedges in Game of thrones

A beautiful beech Avenue, which is a fragment of the Bregagh Road near Armoy in Northern Ireland is undoubtedly the most beautiful road in Northern Ireland and one of the most beautiful in the UK.

Alley, known as The Dark Hedges (eng. Dark tapestry) leading to Gracehill House (now Golf club) family Stuartów who planted trees in the XVIII century, to impress guests visiting their house. Every year the popularity of the Dark Hedges increases, thus becoming more attractive North coast of Northern Ireland.

For more than 200 years old beeches grew to impressive size, and their intertwined branches created a majestic, dark tunnel in which there is, apparently, air the Grey Lady. Dark Hedges has its legend, which says that supernatural Lady grey haunts in the evenings, Beech Lane, turn quietly along it to disappear immediately when the last beech tree. Locals say that the Ghost of a maid from a neighboring house, who died suddenly under mysterious circumstances. A lost soul who doesn't know that she is dead, wanders along the trees, as if she was still walking...

Alley is a tourist attraction as plenerem painting and photo. The Dark Hedges were used during the filming, the locations in Game of thrones - way of kings (The King's Road).

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