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city in Munster, Ireland
town in County Cork, Ireland
city in Ireland in the province of Munster
city in Ireland
town in County Kerry, Ireland
cliffs in Western Ireland, on the Atlantic shore
Group of three islands on the west coast of Ireland
The Ring of Kerry is probably the most visited attraction in Ireland outside of Dublin.
A mixed course (flat and jumps), originally named Mallow (given its location), and is close to where an early steeplechase was conjectured to have been run in 1752.
county in Ireland
castle in County Tipperary, Ireland
Beautiful ruin of a Franciscan friary that was founded in 1448. The ruin is completely open (except when certain sections undergo restoration work) and you can wander through the rooms independently.
This area of the park also boasts the "Muckross Traditional Farms", a perfect outing for the kids. A ring walk (not very long, approx 2 hours from start to finish, including stops), leads you past several 'traditional farmhouses'. These farmhouses demonstrate 'the way we were'. During the summer, there are often litters of kittens and puppies, which the children will be delighted with as you watch the demonstrations of soda bread and butter making, a sample of which will be given to you if you behave!
public park in Galway, Ireland
arch in Galway city, Ireland
A beautiful waterfall in the Killarney National Park. Covered in tours of local attractions.
theatre in Galway, Ireland
national park in Kerry, Ireland
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You can climb O'Brien's Tower for the highest vantage point on the cliffs. O'Brien's Tower is a round stone tower at the approximate midpoint of the cliffs. It was built by Sir Cornellius O'Brien, a descendant of Ireland's High King Brian Boru, in 1835, as an observation tower for the hundreds of tourists that frequented the cliffs even at that date. From the watchtower, one can view the Aran Islands and Galway Bay, the Maum Turk Mountains and the Twelve Bens to the north in Connemara, and Loop Head to the south.
A square stone ruin which appears to be the remains of a watchtower placed to monitor the coastline for invading fleets during Napoleon's reign in Europe.
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