Crossgar

Crossgar

Village (Small)

Crossgar
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Crossgar (from Irish an Chrois Ghearr, meaning 'the short cross') is a village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland.

By Peter Benton, CC BY-SA 2.0


It is about 15 miles (24 km) south of Belfast – between Saintfield and Downpatrick. Crossgar had a population 1,892 people in the 2011 UK Census.

54.397114,-5.762395

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54.397114,-5.762395
54.397114,-5.762395
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Places Nearby to Explore

Bohill Forest
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Bohill Forest is a small coniferous forest located near Drumaness, Northern Ireland. It is managed by the Forest Service...

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4.8 mi

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Delamont Country Park
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Delamont Country Park is located on the shores of Strangford Lough in County Down, Northern Ireland. It covers an area o...

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3.6 mi

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Quoile River (Game Of Thrones filming location)
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Quoile River and its surrounding countryside in County Down is made up of a large wetland retreat featuring woodland and...

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4.0 mi

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Rowallane Garden
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Let your imagination run riot among the unusual plants, colours, sculptures and magical features in one of the most beau...

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4.4 mi

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Quoile Pondage Nature Reserve and Countryside Centre
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There are plenty of excellent opportunities for bird watching for visitors both from the riverside path and at the bird ...

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4.1 mi

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Drumaness
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Drumaness (formerly Drumanessy; from Irish: Droim an Easa, meaning "ridge of the waterfall") is a village and townland (...

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4.1 mi

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