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St.Finbarr's oratory in Gougane Barra. Gougane Barra is a settlement, west of Macroom in County Cork, Ireland.

With its superb gardens and a world-renowned arboretum Fota House is one of Ireland's hidden treasures.

Drombeg stone circle (also known as The Druid's Altar), is a Recumbent stone circle located 2.4 km east of Glandore, County Cork, Ireland. Drombeg is one of the most visited megalithic sites in Ireland.

"Ring of Beara" with unspoilt coastal landscapes and islands is a driving trail for cars which follows the roads for about 195 kilometres circumnavigating the peninsula. It starts in Kenmare, crossing the Healy Pass through Adrigole, passing Castletownbere, Allihies, and turn offs to Dursey Island, Eyeries and Ardgroom, ending in Glengarriff.

Graiguenamanagh (greg-na-mana) has one of Ireland's longest names. It sits on the River Barrow

Kilfane Glen in County Kilkenny in Ireland. This shot was taken from the top of the waterfall, looking down at the cottage orne in the glen

Jerpoint Abbey close to Thomastown, co Kilkenny

oratory on the island of Gougane Barra, sacred to the memory of St Finnbar - patron saint of Cork.

13th century Hore Abbey is set in farmland just a few hundred yards from the base of the Rock of Cashel.

Glendalough, with its famous round tower is one of the most enduring images of County Wicklow

crowning a rocky outcrop in the hills north-west of Dundalk, Co. Louth. It was the seat of the De Verdon family, who had first come to Ireland on John's expedition of 1185. Castle Roche or as it is known in the old records "Castlellum de Rupe" or de la Roche -The Castle of the rocks. The stately majestic ruins of Roche castle are still in fine preserve. It was formerly a frontier castle of the English pale. Nicholas de Verdon (who died in 1316)

Kilclooney Dolmen This is one of Ireland's most spectacular dolmens in Co Donegal. Since it is not well-known, a visit to the Kilclooney dolmen is very peaceful and without the annoyance of the tour bus crowds that sometimes detract from visits to the more famous megalithic sites around the Ireland like the Burren.

ruin of church St Mary the Virgin in Gowran

propably in Co. Carlow

Brownshill dolmen, a few kilometers east of Carlow, co Carlow. It was built between 4000 and 3000 BC by some of the earliest farmers to inhabit the island of Ireland. The capstone weights an estimated 100 metric tons and is reputed to be the heaviest in Europe. It stands in a field and can be reached via a footpath from a car park off R726 road.

Entwined Serpents High Cross Panel Kells, County Meath, Ireland

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