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Douglas Harbour

Douglas Harbour, on the east coast of the…

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The House of Keys (Douglas)

The House of Keys is in central Douglas…

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Derby Castle (Douglas)

Derby Castle stood on the northern end of…

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Victoria Street (Douglas)

Victoria Street runs through south Douglas on the…

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Queen's Promenade (Douglas)

Queen's Promenade is the northernmost of four promenades…

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Gaiety Theatre (Douglas)

The Gaiety Theatre stands on the promenade in…

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Villa Marina (Douglas)

The Villa Marina stands in its own grounds…

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Broadway (Douglas)

Broadway links upper Douglas with Douglas Bay on…

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Cunningham's Camp (Douglas)

Cunningham's Camp occupied land in north Douglas in…

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Peel

Peel lies on the west coast of the…

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Loch Promenade (Douglas)

Loch Promenade is the southernmost of four promenades…

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Castle Mona (Douglas)

The Castle Mona overlooks Douglas Bay on the…

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Douglas

Douglas sits on the east coast of the…

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New Bond Street (Douglas)

New Bond Street, now demolished, was near the…

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Falcon Cliff (Douglas)

Falcon Cliff overlooks Douglas Bay on the east…

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Victoria Pier (Douglas)

Victoria Pier forms part of Douglas Harbour on…

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South Quay (Douglas)

South Quay in Douglas is on the east…

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The Palace (Douglas)

The Palace, now demolished, stood on the promenade…

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Grand Theatre (Douglas)

The Grand Theatre, now demolished, stood in central…

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Old St Matthew's church (Douglas)

Old St Matthew's Church, now demolished, stood on…

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