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The Northern Ireland Tourist Board site has links to social networking sites on particular pages. These sites may place cookies on your computer. The social networking sites which we link to are third party sites and the Northern Ireland Tourist Board does not have control over how these sites use your data. You should read these site’s privacy policies to find out what happens to your data and how it is used.