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Bonfires to commemorate King William of Orange & Battle of the Boyne

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Published on Jul 11, 2012

Bonfires are lit annually on the night of 11th July in Northern Ireland to commemorate King William of Orange (King Billy) defeating King James at the Battle of the Boyne.

Not everyone realises that The Battle of the Boyne site is situated in County Meath, Ireland and a lesser known fact is that King William lived at Hampton Court in London which had been the home of Henry V111 (The King who had 6 wives during his reign)

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