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    #Ireland #Castle #Architecture #History #Wonder #Beautiful #Travel #Landscapes

  • Jan Zambelli

    Blarney Castle - Cork, Ireland I did NOT kiss the Blarney stone but I did walk all the way up! Was there May 1995

  • Paula Bertrand

    Ireland - Blarney castle! <*Rain- we need to see a galore amount of castles, Ive checked out travel blogs for Ireland. this one is a must!> #Travel I kissed the blarney stone in 1971...:)

  • Emily Detzler

    Bucket List: Kiss the Blarney Stone

  • Sharee Talbot

    Ireland - Blarney castle! <*Rain- we need to see a galore amount of castles, Ive checked out travel blogs for Ireland. this one is a must!>. - 76hour Dublin layover coming up this month. May just take a day trip Here 😊

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