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Blackrock Castle ~ is a 16th-century castle on the banks of the River Lee, County Cork,Ireland

Blackrock Castle, Cork, Eire.

Blackrock Castle, Ireland. Formerly known as Mahon Castle, Blackrock Castle, is a 16th-century castle situated in Cork city. It was built after the citizens of Cork appealed to queen Elizbeth I to construct a fort to repel pirates from carrying off vessels entering the harbour. Blackrock Castle has been owned by the city of Cork following a charter by James I to the City in 1608. Wikipedia

Blackrock Castle in Cork city, Ireland - Following a banquet, the castle was destroyed by fire in 1827. The rebuilding began at the direction of Mayor Thomas Dunscombe in 1828 and was completed in March 1829. The architects added three additional storeys to the original tower and rebuilt the out-buildings.

Blackrock Castle. Co. Cork, Ireland - I want to visit this place - it's so beautiful! That's me, leaning over the edge of the wall and looking out at the sea = *Sigh* ~Dreaming~ LOL

Château de Chenonceau is a French chateau near the small village of Chenonceaux in France. The chateau was built on the site of an old mill on the River Cher, some time before its first mention in writing in the 11th century.

Kinsale (Country Cork), Ireland. Kinsale is known as the 'gourmet capital' of ireland, loads of fantastic restaurants in a beautiful small town.

Blackrock Castle on the banks of the river. Cork city, Ireland.

Prague Castle, Czech Republic.I would love to go see this place one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz