Glendun, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

One of the nine Glens (or valleys) of Antrim, Glendun is a translation of the Gaelic for 'glen of the brown river'. It is named after the River Dun which is coloured brown by the peat bogs at the river source, and the river flows down to the town of Cushendun, which is situated at the foot of the glen. The other Glens of Antrim are Glenaan, Glenarm, Glenariff, Glenballyeamon, Glencloy, Glencorp and Glenshesk."

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