Dublin City, County Dublin

Dublin City, County Dublin

Dublin City is the most important city of Ireland and also the capital city. In Irish it is officially known as Baile Átha Cliath, its English name was derived from the Irish Dubh Linn which means black pool. The urban population of the city is over 1 million people....

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County Dublin

County Dublin

County Dublin is the most popular county in Ireland. It bears a population of 1,187,176 as per the 2006 census and is considered as the most populous county in the country. It is one of the first counties of Ireland that was formally structured by King John of England...

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Drumena Cashel, County Down

Drumena Cashel, County Down

Drumena Cashel, County Down is one of the best examples of walled settlements that were used in the early Christian era that is 5th-11th century. It was excavated in the year 1925, when it was found to be in disrepair, and restored to quite an extent, especially the...

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County Down

County Down

The northern part of Ireland is a country blessed with beauty at its best and no area can be equally enticing as the area of Down. This county consists of some of the most attractive landscapes and mountain sceneries in the world. This is a place suitable to enjoy all...

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Douglas Hyde Gallery, County Dublin

Douglas Hyde Gallery, County Dublin

Douglas Hyde Gallery, named after the first President of Ireland, is a contemporary art gallery funded by public money. It is located within the historical setting of the Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland and is known to run exhibitions by contemporary international...

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IMMA (Irish Museum of Contemporary Art)

IMMA (Irish Museum of Contemporary Art)

Irish museum for modern and contemporary art is based in Dublin. The Irish Museum of Modern Art presents a wide variety of art and artists' ideas in a dynamic programme of exhibitions. IMMA is home to the National Collection of modern and contemporary art, with...

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Donamon Castle – Divine Word Missionaries

Donamon Castle – Divine Word Missionaries

One of the oldest inhabited buildings in Ireland, Donamon Castle is an architectural marvel located in County Roscommon in the Republic of Ireland. Named Donamon or Dun Lomghuin, meaning the fortress of Lomghuin, this castle stands on a raised ground. The earliest...

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Donaghmore Heritage Centre, County Tyrone

Donaghmore Heritage Centre, County Tyrone

Donaghmore Heritage Centre houses a collection of photographs, old school roll books and land registration ledgers. In addition to these, there are numerous documents and artefacts of local interest stored in the Centre. It is a converted National School established...

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Donabate, County Dublin

Donabate, County Dublin

Located 20 km north-east of County Dublin, Donabate is a suburban coastal town. The town is situated on a peninsula that lies on the east coast of Ireland between the Rogerstown Estuary and Broadmeadow Estuary. Donabate shares this peninsula with another town,...

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Dillon Garden, County Dublin

Dillon Garden, County Dublin

The Dillon Garden is located outside a private house at Seafield Avenue, Monkstown which is on the outskirts of Dublin. The garden attracts visitors because of the beauty and colors of the plants that are personally tended by its owner Helen Dillon. One will find a...

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Derrynane Beach, County Kerry

Derrynane Beach, County Kerry

Derrynane beach is among the beautiful beaches in County Kerry, which is popular with both the tourists as well as the residents of the area. The clean white sandy shores, decorated beautifully with the purple orchids and rock pools, impress one and all, especially...

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Deel Castle, County Mayo

Deel Castle, County Mayo

Deel Castle also meaning the Castle of the River Deel was built by the Bourkes in 16th century. This marvelous castle is located near the town of Crossmolina, County Mayo in Ireland. After Colonel Thomas Bourke had fought the Williamite Wars on the side of King James...

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Custom House Studios, County Mayo

Custom House Studios, County Mayo

Custom House Studios is located in Quay and was established with the aim to offer studio as well as exhibition space to the visitors. The art studios were established by the collaboration of Artists Group in Westport, Westport Town Council, Mayo County Council and the...

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Cranfield West Beach, County Down

Cranfield West Beach, County Down

The Cranfield West Beach, located in Newry in Northern Ireland and is a part of the County of Down. This sandy beach is a winner of prestigious Blue Flag Award and is located at the entrance to Cralingford Lough. The entire area of this beach is designated as an area...

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Cork Public Museum, County Cork

Cork Public Museum, County Cork

Located in the Fitzgerald Park in Mardyke in County Cork, the Cork Public Museum is also known as Cork City Museum. The museum was opened under the management of University College Cork in the year 1945. Granted abet by the Cork County Council and the Cork...

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Cork City, County Cork

Cork City, County Cork

The city of Cork is the second city of Ireland and is well known for its rich culture and history. Rebel County, the significant place for the Irish civil war 1922 is also located in this city. The end of the civil war was due to the assassination of Michael Collins....

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County Cork

County Cork

Cork, which is the second city of Ireland, is widely known as the city of history. The place of much significance in the Irish civil war 1922 known by the name of Rebel County is also located in this county. The assassination of Michael Collins in this county resulted...

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Cobh, County Cork

Cobh, County Cork

Cobh is a town in Ireland, on an island in Cork city’s harbour. It’s known as the Titanic’s last port of call in 1912. Titanic Experience Cobh is a themed attraction in the former White Star Line ticket office. More displays on the liner are in the Cobh Heritage...

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Clontarf Castle, County Dublin

Clontarf Castle, County Dublin

Now turned into a hotel with the most modern amenities, Clontarf Castle has always been a much-admired place in Ireland. Its current location was the site where most of the action of the Battle of Clontarf in 1014 happened. It is believed that the castle was built by...

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Clonmel, County Tipperary

Clonmel, County Tipperary

A county town of South Tipperary in Ireland, Clonmel has derived its name from Irish word Cluain Meala, which means ‘honey meadow’. Largest inland town of the county, it has earned a special place in the Irish history owing to the resistance shown towards the...

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Clonakilty, County Cork

Clonakilty, County Cork

Clonakilty is a small town situated in western County Cork, Ireland, along the N71 national secondary road. It is commonly called Clon by the residents, and located on the southern coast of the country, which places it in the vicinity of hilly countryside as well as...

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Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, County Kerry

Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, County Kerry

Located in Dingle town of County Kerry, Celtic and Prehistoric Museum is one of the foremost and primary resources of pre-history in Ireland. Founded by Harris Moore around ten years ago, the museum has vast treasures of artifacts. Some of them dating from 500 million...

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Derg Castle, County Tyrone

Derg Castle, County Tyrone

Lying on the estuary of River Derg, the ruined Derg Castle is a prominent site of the Castlederg village in county Tyrone. The name of the village is anglicised from an Irish word Caisleán na Deirge. This westerly town serves as an important agricultural area. Stated...

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Castlebar, County Mayo

Castlebar, County Mayo

Castlebar is a beautiful county town situated at the centre of the famous County Mayo in Ireland. In terms of population, this town is counted as the largest one among the rest of the counties in Ireland. The town’s population increased drastically by one-third in...

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Carrigaline, County Cork

Carrigaline, County Cork

Beauty is the soul of Carrigaline which is an ideal destination for discovering Counties Cork and Kerry. The town is situated 12km away from Cork City and 5km form Cork Airport or Ringaskiddy Ferryport. Known for its pottery, Carrigaline is counted among the three...

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Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary

Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary

Carrick-on-Suir is a thriving town located in the south-east of Ireland in County Tipperary. The medieval town is surrounded by the Comeragh Mountains of County Waterford in the south. Another Irish mountain, Sliabh na mBan located in the Suir Valley also stands near...

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Carrickmacross, County Monaghan

Carrickmacross, County Monaghan

Carrickmacross, often written as Carrickmacros, is a town located in County Monaghan in Ireland. It derives its name from the Irish phrase Carraig Mhachaire Rois, which literally means 'rock of the wooded plain'. Having a population of just 5066 in the 2006 census, it...

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Carne Golf Links, County Mayo

Carne Golf Links, County Mayo

Located in County Mayo, Carne Golf Links is undoubtedly the most popular and delightful places for playing golf in Ireland that promises a magnificent view to the visitors. This golf club is located in the unspoiled sand dunes overlooking the wild Atlantic Ocean near...

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Cahir Park Golf Club, County Tipperary

Cahir Park Golf Club, County Tipperary

Making its presence felt in the world of golf since 1969, Cahir Golf Club course is designed in parkland style. The terrain on which it is built was once a part of Lord Cahir's estate. It has 18 holes in total with streams and lakes that pose a tough challenge to even...

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Cahir, County Tipperary

Cahir, County Tipperary

Cahir, County Tipperary is a small heritage town that falls under the barony of Iffa and Offa West, and famous for the Cahir Castle and Swiss Cottage. Its name is derived from Cathair or an Chathair, which literally means strong ringfort, though another name, Cathair...

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Bremore Castle, County Dublin

Bremore Castle, County Dublin

Bremore Castle is a large tower house located north of Balbriggan, County Dublin. Estimated to have been built in the 14th century, the Norman Barnewalls family held it from the time of construction till 1727, the year in which it was sold. However, the first mention...

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Blessington, County Wicklow

Blessington, County Wicklow

Historically known as Ballycomeen, which means 'Coimn's Townland', Blessington is a sub urban town in County Wicklow. County Wicklow is in the south of Dublin city centre and is well connected by rail, bus and motorway. The hills and mountains, sandy beaches, rivers...

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Blarney Castle, County Cork

Blarney Castle, County Cork

The Blarney Castle, situated near the River Martin, is one of Ireland’s classic tourist destinations. Picturesque location of the castle on the edge of a cliff makes it one of the greatest architectural treasures of Ireland. The Blarney Castle, was built in the 10th...

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Birr, County Offaly

Birr, County Offaly

Birr, a parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe, is a town located in County Offaly. Owing to its perfectly preserved Georgian heritage, it has been designated as an Irish Heritage Town. Situated at the intersection of the Camcor and Little Brosna rivers, the...

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Bertra Beach, County Mayo

Bertra Beach, County Mayo

Bertra beach is one of the several near the County Mayo coastline in Ireland which have been conferred a blue flag status. Located at a distance of 12 kilometers west of Westport, the beach is quite popular among visitors. One of the reasons which arouse the interest...

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Belvelly Castle, County Cork

Belvelly Castle, County Cork

Belvlly Castle is a medieval square tower located in the village of Belvelly in County Cork, and sitting on a thin strip between Fota Island and Great Island. This tower is located along water’s side, at the gateway of Fota Island, positioned between the road and...

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Barleycove Beach, County Cork

Barleycove Beach, County Cork

Barleycove Beach on the South coast of Ireland is considered one of the finest beaches of West Cork where tourists can have a lot of fun and frolic. Located nearby Mizen Head on the Mizen Peninsula, the surroundings of Barleycove provide ample scenic views of the...

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Bantry, County Cork

Bantry, County Cork

Lying on the coast of County Cork, Bantry is a small town located on the national secondary road N71. The name of the town has been anglicised from an Irish word Beanntraí. The town is situated at the estuary of the deep-water gulf Bantry bay, which extends to 19...

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Banna Beach, County Kerry

Banna Beach, County Kerry

A popular holiday spot, Banna Beach in County Kerry is also referred to as the Banna Strand. Located in the Tralee Bay, this Atlantic Ocean beach is covered with sand dunes along its entire length and some of them even extend up to 40 feet. Associated with Roger...

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Bangor, County Down

Bangor, County Down

Located within the Belfast metropolitan area, Bangor is a large seaside town in the North Down district of County Down. It is positioned on the southern shore of Belfast Lough on the inlet of the sea. The town is the seat for the east-central Bangor Marina, which...

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Bandon, County Cork

Bandon, County Cork

Bandon, located along the River Bandon between two hills, is a town in County Cork. The small market town is situated at a distance of 19 miles from Cork City on N71. Origin of the name of this enticing town can be traced to the Irish word 'Droichead na Bandan', which...

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Ballymalis Castle, County Kerry

Ballymalis Castle, County Kerry

Situated on the banks of River Luane, Ballymalis Castle is one of the standard tower castles of County Kerry. It is positioned about 4 miles from Killorglin on the road side, in the south towards main Killarney road. Presently, the Ballymalis Castle is a ruin and...

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Ballyheigue Beach, County Kerry

Ballyheigue Beach, County Kerry

Located in North Kerry, Ballyheigue is one of the beautiful beaches in County. The beach runs from the village of Ballyheigue in the southward direction for over a stretch of 3 kilometers. This stretch extends up to as far as to the outlet from Lough Akeragh or as far...

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Ballybunion South Beach, County Kerry

Ballybunion South Beach, County Kerry

Ballybunion South Beach is an extensive sandy beach located close to the town of Ballybunion in County Kerry, Ireland. It is based in north western Kerry and is not situated in the ring of Kerry. Designated within Natural heritage area, this beach is one of the...

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Ballina, County Mayo

Ballina, County Mayo

Ballina is a beautiful town situated in the north County Mayo in Ireland and spread over a large area. It lies on the banks of the river Moy near Killala Bay that is located in the Parish of Kilmoremoy and the Moy valley, surrounded by the Ox Mountain range in the...

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Balbriggan, County Dublin

Balbriggan, County Dublin

Balbriggan is a beautiful sea-side town situated 32km away to the north of Dublin City Centre which is in North County Dublin. The town in Irish is called BaileBricin which means Town of the Small Trouts. Originally, the town was a small fishing village where after...

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Ardglass Castle, County Down

Ardglass Castle, County Down

A country that is home to some of Europe’s finest castles and is renowned for its rich culture and history is Ireland. Ardglass Castle is one of the most visited castles of Ireland that attracts many tourists throughout the year. The castle was built in County Down of...

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Ardboe Old Cross, County Tyrone

Ardboe Old Cross, County Tyrone

Ardboe Old Cross in County Tyrone inspires many Christians who visit this high cross from all over the world to admire the intricate Biblical carvings on its sandstone surface. Situated on small hillock in Northern Ireland, there are 22 carved sections of this...

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Adrigole Arts, County Cork

Adrigole Arts, County Cork

Spectacularly situated in the impressive Beara Peninsula, Adrigole Arts has been declared the best craft shop by the Crafts Council of Ireland. As quality is the forte of the stuff sold at the shop, one can pick any of the items and rest assured of its quality. The...

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Abbey Road Gardens, County Waterford

Abbey Road Gardens, County Waterford

Ferrybank in south of Ireland boast of the Abbey Road Garden spread over three-quarter acres. The cottage style garden is positioned on the site of mediaeval Abbey of Killculliheen. Established around 15 years ago on the land that was once a part of Abbey farm, the...

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