Portbraddon or Portbraddan (from Irish: Port Bradán, meaning 'port of the salmon') is a hamlet in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The hamlet has an ancient salmon fishing station. A popular saying states that Portbraddon contained the smallest church in Ireland. The building in question was constructed in the 1950s as a cow byre, which the government listed without prior research. The church, which was named after St. Gobban, and measured 11 feet 4 inches (3.45 m) long, 6 feet 9 inches (2.06 m) wide, was demolished in 2017 by the new owner.
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