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History personified

This used to be the main commercial street of the city and still has a lovely historical feeling to... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2016
CTCTraveller
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Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
via mobile
Great place to stroll & shop

We strolled around looking at the great architecture, ancient walls & found the Craft... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2016
LPLoveToTravel
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Wake Forest, North Carolina
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This street is home to a craft market, where local craftspeople sell their knitwear, pottery and glassware.
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9 Nov 2016
“History personified”
24 Sep 2016
“Great place to stroll & shop”
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Derry, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 9 November 2016 via mobile

This used to be the main commercial street of the city and still has a lovely historical feeling to it. Old shops combined with the adjacent Richmond centre with more modern offerings. Its a steep walk - one of the steepest hill main streets in...More

Thank CTCTraveller
Reviewed 24 September 2016

We strolled around looking at the great architecture, ancient walls & found the Craft Village...which was quite a find. Nice shops with local handmade products. My favorite was Number 19 Craft & Design which is a consortium of fashion and design pieces. I bought several...More

Thank LPLoveToTravel
Reviewed 28 January 2016

Derry's premier city centre shopping attraction welcomes all visitors. It's a great place with loads going on and close to all that central Derry has to offer.

Thank Londonbusker
Reviewed 9 January 2015

This street is only about 300 meters, on a steep slope, from the war memorial in the Diamond, down to the Guildhall. It has two bars, several shops, Nando's, the entrance to both the Craft Village and the Richmond Shopping Centre, the Donegal Shop, an...More

Thank letterkennycaint
Reviewed 29 April 2012

this is a changing place that takes on a different personality with the time of day and also the time of the year

Thank brian c
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