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by Ardfern

"Cute Hill"

This little picturesque row of stone houses known as Vicar's Hill is located in the shadow of St Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral and is one of the quaintest streets you'll find in this historic city. The houses were built in 1724 by Archbishop Boulter for clergy widows, and all of them, still private residences to this day, offer marvellous views out over the city and the surrounding green fields. It is said that Armagh's most famous ghost, "the Green Lady", resides in this quiet street above the city center. As dusk falls and the rooks cry out from the cathedral grounds, you could easily believe this to be so.
Vicars Hill, Armagh, United Kingdom, BT61 7ED
"Cute Hill"
This little picturesque row of stone houses known as Vicar's Hill is located in the shadow of St Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral and is one of the quaintest streets you'll find in this historic city. The houses were built in 1724 by Archbishop Boulter for clergy widows, and all of them, still private residences to this day, offer marvellous views out over the city and the surrounding green fields. It is said that Armagh's most famous ghost, "the Green Lady", resides in this quiet street above the city center. As dusk falls and the rooks cry out from the cathedral grounds, you could easily believe this to be so.
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