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All the Photos of Prince Charles and Camilla's Quick Tour of Northern Ireland

The royal couple had a jam-packed two days in the region.
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After a quick royal tour of the Republic of Ireland, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, returned to U.K. soil to visit Northern Ireland. The royal couple had a whirlwind trip through the region, visiting a series of charities, places of worship, and more. Here, all the best photos from their visit.

The Duchess of Cornwall helps school children prepare food during a community event entitled A Celebration of Community in Lisnaskea in County Fermanagh.


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Charles and Camilla cut into a cake during a community lunch in Lisnaskea.


Camilla meets a friendly fan during a walkabout in County Fermanagh.


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Prince Charles and Camilla sign the guest book at Castle Coole after a garden party.


Charles shakes hands with local royal watchers during a walkabout in Belfast.


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Camilla meets her Belfast-based fans.


Charles and Camilla are shown the Primark store, an iconic Belfast building that was destroyed by a fire last August.


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At the Belfast Welcome Organization, Camilla learns about the crafts that women affected by domestic abuse can make and sell in a shop.


The Duchess speaks with members of the Welcome Organization, which supports women in need.


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Charles attends a service at the Belfast Synagogue.


The Prince of Wales unveils a plaque at the synagogue.


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Charles stops by the Finnebrogue Artisan event, and is introduced to a company's nitrite-free bacon and sausages.


Charles meets a bagpipe player at Brownlow House in Lurgan, Northern Ireland.


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A group of Irish dancers greets Prince Charles inside Brownlow House.


Archbishop Eamon Martin and Archbishop Richard Clarke show Prince Charles around St. Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral.


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Charles is gifted a pair of jerseys by local schoolchildren, during a visit to Palace Demense in Armagh, Northern Ireland.


*This article originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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