Derry is the fourth largest city located on the island of Ireland and also the second largest in the North Ireland region. Located on the river Foyle in County Derry and near to County Donegal is the city of Derry. The population of the city is 10,000.
The city is rich in history and culture hosting a number of tours in the city and also its famous 17th century walls. Derry prides itself with numerous excellent tourist attractions which include the Tower Museum which explains the visitors about the history of Derry along with exhibitions. Other historic buildings like St. Columb’s cathedral, St. Augustine’s Chapel etc.
The city was founded in 546AD and is the sole city in the Britain region whose ancient walls are intact maintained. Derry has survived famines, siege and war with the help of the walls which these days attract tourists to the town rather than keeping them away.
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