If one visit Northern Ireland, the small town of Downpatrick ~20-30 minutes drive away from Belfast is not to be missed. Local Cathedral is the place of St Patrick's burial. His grave is located to the right of cathedral (if you stand facing entrance) and represent very simple stone with engraving of his name. there is a bench for one to sit, contemplate and look at the views. We arrived at about 5pm on Sunday and the place was deserted - which helped to enjoy it unhurried and unimpeded.
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