Prince Charles Visit to N Ireland
With a traditional Irish blackthorn stick in his hand, and HMS Britannia sailing behind, Prince Charles stands on the stones of the Giant's Causeway, Co Antrim today (Wednesday). The Causeway is one of the famous natural wonders of the Irish coast, formed into hexagonal columns by the cooling of volcanic lava, before continuing on the second day of his three day visit to the Province. See PA Story ULSTER Prince. PHOTO BY JOHN STILLWELL/PA.
Prince of Wales visit to Greenland Meadow
The Prince of Wales during a visit to Greenland Meadow located near Dunnet Bay, a two-mile beach on the northern coastline, which is home to rare plants and the most northerly population of bumblebees and blue butterflies.
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Prince Charles in Sterling
The Prince of Wales arrives at the Albert Halls in Sterling to meet D-Day veterans. The Prince talked to three old soldiers from Glasgow who recounted their memories of the Normandy landings and the battle in which many of their comrades fell. The meeting at Stirling's Albert Halls - his first visit to the city since the Dunblane massacre of 1996 - came on the last day of a three-day long series of engagements north of the border.
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