Ramelton is a quaint town to paint. I love to paint these historic buildings. These buildings are interesting to paint. I love the way the water is right in front of these buildings which serves as a reminder of the town's industrial past.
- Scratch-proof and UV-resistant
- Holding capacity: 325ml
- Material Ceramic
- Microwave Safe
- Size: 11oz
- Weight 303g
These stunning mugs feature my artwork on the mug. Perfect for coffee or tea breaks
Tip: Hand-washing makes the paint last even longer
Ramelton is a heritage town situated on the banks of the River Lennon. It is also the gateway to the beautiful Rosguill and Fanad Peninsula in Co Donegal, Ireland.
It is a fine example of well preserved Georgian buildings. After the plantation of Ulster it became the main port for the export of the Lennon and up until the 1960s boats loaded with cargo arrived weekly.
In the early 20th century there were seven churches here, hence it got the name the Holy City.
It is also the home of the well-known Football Special, the soft drink created by Mc Daid Brothers.