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Picturesque Ireland

Moongate in Ireland. This is amazing. It's a little scary if you have ever…

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Irish cottage

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Ireland’s southernmost inhabited island, Cape Clear off the coast of Cork is a…

Islands of Ireland

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St Mac Dara Catholic Church

St. MacDara's Church, St. MacDara's Island, off the coast of County Galway, Ireland. Internally, the church measures only 15 feet by 11.

St. MacDaras Church, Ireland

Mizen Head, Ireland

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Blackrock Castle, County Cork, Ireland.

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Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre

Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland (by brodacz1979) A Beautiful road less traveled

Giants Causeway

Glendalough, Co. Wicklow Ireland ... stompin' grounds of St. Kevin the Hermit

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Fanad Head Lighthouse

#MietwagenTips: Fanad Head Lighthouse in Donegal, Irland. Hier gibts die passende Mietwagenroute mit auf dem Weg:

Donegal - Ireland - Paul Killeen Photography

Beautiful Ireland-Galway Cathedral

Miss Welden: Beautiful Ireland

Cromwell's Bridge, Kenmare, Ireland

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Cullybackey, Northern Ireland.

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'The 1841 census graded houses in Ireland into four classes. The lowest class…

Irish Roots, Epals and County Mayo - Pathname not found

"The Pirate Queen" Grace O'Malley's castle, Achill Island, Ireland

Miracles and Prophesies - Achill Island, Ireland Travel Blog

Cong, Ireland For: a perfect village, rich in movie history, that’s home to a…

In pictures: charming villages around the world

Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland

danielle abroad: Ireland

Trinity Library, Dublin, Ireland

Boost Your Bust

Irish spinner... I love her face!


Lucky Irish Connemara Marble Connemara Marble is over 900 million years old. It is rare and found only in a remote area in the Connemara Mountains of Western Ireland. This unique gem has 40 different shades of green coloring and is often called Irelands National Gemstone.. Ancient Irish legend claims it brings serenity and Good Luck to those who keep it close...

Lucky Connemara Marble from Ireland


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Celtic: The Coracle is an ancient, light, round, one-person boat with a long history. Coracles (from the Welsh "cwrwgl") date back thousands of years. They have been in large use in the British Isles from pre-Roman times, mainly for the transport of fish, meat, grain, or reeds, by the Celtic population.


The Boyne Coracle or ‘Currach’ was used from Neolithic times right up until the 1930’s and was the oldest type of vessel to survive in Ireland. It was made from hazel rods and tanned cowhide. Legend says that St. Patrick rowed from Scotland to Ireland in a Boyne Currach The word "coracle" comes from the Welsh cwrwgl, cognate with the Irish "currach" The image is of two men making coracles, River Boyne, Oldbridge, Ireland, June 1913

Old colour photos of Ireland in 1913

Old colour photos of Ireland in 1913

Old colour photos of Ireland in 1913

Turf transport, An Spidéal, Galway, 31 May, 1913. Old colour photos of Ireland in 1913

Old colour photos of Ireland in 1913