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    Burg Eltz Castle above the Moselle River between Koblenz and Trier, Germany

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    Irish finger labyrinth. According to Irish and English ancient legends the fairies danced on labyrinth spirals in the moonlight; in accordance to Norwegian popular beliefs stone rows made by ice-giants; by Swedish tales labyrinths mark the enters into underground palaces. Most of modern researches consider labyrinths as religious structures.

    Labyrinths in Ireland

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    A place in Ireland where every two years on June 10-18 the stars line up with this place. It’s called heavens trail.

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    Dunure Castle and Labyrinth on Ayrshire coast Scotland

    Dunure Castle and Labyrinth

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    Skeith stone. A Pictish carving ~ Upper Kilrenny, Fife, Scotland.

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    A beautiful cottage - Galway, Ireland*

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    Abandoned, County Kerry, Ireland

    Abandoned, County Kerry, Ireland

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    Ireland

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    St. MacDaras Church, Ireland

    St. MacDaras Church, Ireland

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    Native Americans throughout time have held sacred, the connection between nature, animal, and man. Native American astrology is based upon your birth animal totem, which is the animal spirit that you are born under. A birth totem is similar to an astrological sign of the zodiac. Your birth totem can tell you many things about your personality, your attitudes, your abilities and your short comings.

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    Moonrise, Ireland

    Choose The Best Stuff: Around the World!!

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    Old Irish church

    Sacred Buildings

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    Irish finger labyrinth. According to Irish and English ancient legends the fairies danced on labyrinth spirals in the moonlight; in accordance to Norwegian popular beliefs stone rows made by ice-giants; by Swedish tales labyrinths mark the enters into underground palaces. Most of modern researches consider labyrinths as religious structures.

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    The Scottish wildcat, the only native British cat in existence, sadly only 100 remain. For more info check out the Scottish Wildcat Association at www.scottishwildc..., and the Highland Tiger project at www.highlandtiger...

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    Desserts, Clootie Dumpling, This Boiled Dumpling Is Made With Suet, Currants And Raisins And Spiced With Mixed Spice And A Hint Of Molasses. 'Clootie' Comes From The Scottish For 'Little Cloth'.

    Cookbook Pics - Fully Illustrated Cookbooks

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    Isle of Skye, Scotland

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    The Elephant House in Edinburgh where J.K. Rowling wrote! I love that there's a "Birthplace of Harry Potter" sign. :) I'm already perusing their menu to see what I'll have, even though I've no idea when I'll go...

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    Vintage travel poster produced by British Railways (BR) to promote rail and train services to the Isle of Skye. Artwork by Clegg.

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    Traditional Scottish Christmas Pudding

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    Tipsy Laird Trifle ~ a low fat version of the classic fresh raspberry & cake Scottish dessert

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    Medieval ~ Edinburgh, Scotland

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    History of the Scottish Kilt

    History of the kilt – infographic « The Scotland Blog

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    Scotch pie! These r the best ever !!!!

    Cellardoor Magazine: Pie in the Sky

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    Dunnottar Castle, Scotland.

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    Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness, Scotland by EpawEpaw

    Wander the wood

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