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"The Enchanting Town of Cushendall"

Earlier known as Newton Glens, this historic town land is now more commonly referred as Cushendall. It is a minimalistic village and rests as a historically eminent town even today. The population is quite petite and the results of the 2001 census show the number below 1500. The Curfew Tower and the Red Bay Castle are some of the most visited sites in the town. While the Glenariff Forest Park attracts tourists of all ages and nature enthusiasts in particular, the remains of the Layde Church stands as one of the most prominent place of interest.
Cushendall, Cushendall, United Kingdom, BT44
"The Enchanting Town of Cushendall"
Earlier known as Newton Glens, this historic town land is now more commonly referred as Cushendall. It is a minimalistic village and rests as a historically eminent town even today. The population is quite petite and the results of the 2001 census show the number below 1500. The Curfew Tower and the Red Bay Castle are some of the most visited sites in the town. While the Glenariff Forest Park attracts tourists of all ages and nature enthusiasts in particular, the remains of the Layde Church stands as one of the most prominent place of interest.
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