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I would love to visit Ireland someday. -i don't think enough irish people really travel around ireland i know people who've been around europe but haven't really left dublin.

The United States of America PRAYS! When you see the pin that says your country prays, say a prayer for your nation and all the nations and repin it. Keep passing this on and keep praying! Read 2 Chronicles 7:14, 2 Corinthians 3:17, and Psalm 33:12

A sunset to remember at Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. These cliffs are a true testament to a place out of this world. There is nothing quite like the salty air filling your lungs and standing precariously close to life's edge to make you feel alive in such a mystical place.

Dún Chaoin Pier in County Kerry, Ireland

Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland. This area, whose name means valley of two lakes, is home to one of the oldest monasteries in Ireland, as well as two beautiful lakes and a few other sites of historical interest (most of which are connected with the monastery). It is a great place to go see if you're in Dublin as it is quite close by.

Early morning as the trees are illuminated by the rising sun. Part of the Lagan Valley Regional Park, Barnett Demesne woodlands comprises mainly of mature oak and beech.

Tollymore Forest Park was the first state forest park in Northern Ireland, established on 2 June 1955. It is located at Bryansford, near the town of Newcastle.