01 March 2021

Carlingford Lough steeped in history

Carlingford Lough is a glacial fiord or sea inlet which has been the scene of human settlement since prehistoric times. The Old Irish name for the inlet was Suám Aignech (‘swift sea-channel or fiord) while Carlingford is of Viking origin meaning ‘lake of the…


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