Doe Castle, Ireland

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The majestic Slieve League, County Donegal, Ireland.

Top spots for picnics in Ireland (PHOTOS)

Kilkenny, Ireland in the fall

Kilkenny, Ireland in the fall | protractedgardenprotractedgarden

Celtic cross in the cemetery at the Rock of Cashel, county Tipperary Ireland Copyright: Tudor Borlea

A symbol, a photo from Tipperary, South | TrekEarth

A beautiful old shot of the Gap of Dunloe in Kerry, Ireland.

Stunning Skellig, Kerry, Ireland.

Staircase in the old White Star Line building in Belfast, Ireland.

White Star Line office staircase

Dublin's 13th century Medieval Castle

Austrian castles, Irish castles, Midevil Times using Castle Mania

Ruins of 'Old' Castlemacadam Church outside Avoca - County Wicklow Ireland................

road through the forest, N. Ireland użytkownika Madeleine Claire

Altinaghree Castle (also known as Ogilby's Castle, Liscloon House and Altnacree Castle) sits on private land near Dunnamanagh in County Tyrone. It is believed to have been built around 1860 by William Ogilby (an Irish barrister and naturalist). The castle has been abandoned since the end of the 19th century when William's son James invited scandal by falling in love and eloping to Australia with Mary Jane Jamieson - a factory seamstress.

Church on Gougane Barra Lake, Ireland

Church on Gougane Barra Lake, Ireland

Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland

Cottage Garden, Bunratty Folk Park, County Clare, Ireland

Sheila the elephant retreats to Denise's house. German air raid by 200 Luftwaffe bombers hit the city of Belfast, Northern Ireland. Belfast resident Denise Austin (a zookeeper) kept Sheila the elephant, a 5ft tall calf, safe in her walled courtyard for several months during the Blitz. Denise had been visiting the zoo during air raids to talk to Sheila and keep her calm.

Book of Durrow This design is based on a carpet page from the Book of Durrow, a 7th century Celtic manuscript created at Durrow Monastery in County Offaly, Ireland. Durrow was founded by St. Columba, one of the patron saints of Ireland. The design features a central cross and three circles, perhaps symbolizing the Trinity, amongst Celtic knotwork. The monastery also created the beautiful scripture cross which is still on site.

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Quin Abbey, Co. Clare Ireland

Quin Abbey, a photo from Clare, South | TrekEarth

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