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Incredibly IRELAND

Thrilling to experience Ireland's beauty and uncover Irish roots!


Incredibly IRELAND

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In Ireland, there is no lost, just different ways there.

Croppies Memorial Park - Anna Livia Plurabelle. The monument was removed from its site on O'Connell Street in 2001 to make room for the Spire of Dublin. In late February 2011, partly reworked and refurbished, the statue was relocated to the Croppy Acre Memorial Park next to the Liffey near Heuston station.

Anna Livia (monument) | PUBLIC ART | William Murphy (Infomatique)

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the spirit of the River Liffey. Her real name is Anna Livia after a James Joyce character.

Anna Livia (monument) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Entrance to Famine Graveyard, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath

Dublin - Ireland

Top 100 Most Fascinating Places For Travel Lovers

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Located in North East County Antrim, Murlough Bay is an awe-inspiring location.

Game of Thrones™ in Northern Ireland

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Shopping for woolens from a 300 year-old mill run by the same family in Dublin, Ireland at Avoca.

Word Swag App - Generate Cool Text, Words & Quotes on Your Photos

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The compelling tour at the Titanic Belfast Visitor Experience will take you back to that fateful day in April 1912.

Any vacation to Northern Ireland would be incomplete without a trip to the Titanic Belfast Experience, the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction. Here you will discover Belfast’s phenomenal Titanic story. |This is Northern Ireland’s Titanic Story

Titanic’s last port of call

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Nowhere else one earth can bring you as close to the Titanic as Belfast’s Thompson Dry Dock. After all this is where the Titanic was built and it was from here that the Titanic first set sail. It was the largest dry dock ever constructed at the time, and it was considered a feat of Edwardian engineering. |This is Northern Ireland’s Titanic Story

Titanic’s last port of call

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If you’re on vacation in County Cork make sure to visit the Titanic Experience Cobh. Here 123 passengers: 3 first, 7 second and 114 third-class passengers embarked Titanic in Cobh via a tender ship, along with 194 stacks of mail. Titanic Experience Cobh is located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the center of Cobh town where these passengers would have passed through. The experience retraces the steps of the 123 passengers before looking at where it all went wrong for the Titani

Titanic’s last port of call

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Shandon Tower of St Annes church in the centre of Cork, Ireland Copyright: Noel Byrne

The Four Faced Liar, a photo from Cork, South | TrekEarth

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The Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

The Temple Bar, Dublin

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Dublin, Ireland

Avoca Woolen Blanket (mill in the hills of Wicklow) Made in Ireland: The 11 Best Irish Souvenirs - Condé Nast Traveler

Made in Ireland: The 11 Best Irish Souvenirs

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Ireland--> back to my roots.

The Old Head of Kinsale. Ireland

Epic European Adventures to Try Within Your Lifetime

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Belfast Castle, Ireland photo via karla

Belfast Castle, Ireland photo via karla

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St Saviour's Priory, Romanesque Church, Glendalough, Wicklow, Ireland

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St Patrick

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Scariff Tower, County Clare, Ireland

Capall Mor statue, Co Kerry, Ireland

Tabatha Yeatts: The Opposite of Indifference: June 2011

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Stephen's Green Shopping Centre is a large indoor shopping centre located at the top of Grafton Street in the Southside of Dublin City. It is named after St. Stephen's Green, a nearby park (its street address is Stephens Green West). I had my first meal in Ireland here, if you can even call it that.. a banana and tea :)

Kinsale ~ Cork County, Ireland