The village is famous for its waterways, which replace roads to connect its various homes, attractions, restaurants, and even its accommodations, to one another.

18 photos that show why you should visit Giethoorn, the charming Dutch village with no cars

The village is famous for its waterways, which replace roads to connect its various homes, attractions, restaurants, and even its accommodations, to one another.

Near the border of Cavan and just north of Kells, the home of the Book of Kells, is the village of Moynalty. Translated from the Irish meaning “The Plain of the Flocks,” Moynalty sits on the Owenroe River. The village was built during the 19th century by the grandson of James Farrell, and it is believed to have been based on a Swiss design. However, the village was only constructed on one side of the river, and it wasn’t until the following century when the village spread across to the other…

The 12 Most Beautiful Villages in Ireland

Near the border of Cavan and just north of Kells, the home of the Book of Kells, is the village of Moynalty. Translated from the Irish meaning “The Plain of the Flocks,” Moynalty sits on the Owenroe River. The village was built during the 19th century by the grandson of James Farrell, and it is believed to have been based on a Swiss design. However, the village was only constructed on one side of the river, and it wasn’t until the following century when the village spread across to the other…

Adare is nestled on the River Maigue, just outside of Limerick city. The name means “Ford of the Oak” in Irish, and the village is often boasted as one of Ireland’s most beautiful villages. The village is also known for its historical roots as it was once a marketplace during the Middle Ages, and was then part of the Dunraven estate. As a result, the village’s appearance is more planned than others in Ireland, with the architecture a mixture between traditional Irish and a more English…

The 12 Most Beautiful Villages in Ireland

Adare is nestled on the River Maigue, just outside of Limerick city. The name means “Ford of the Oak” in Irish, and the village is often boasted as one of Ireland’s most beautiful villages. The village is also known for its historical roots as it was once a marketplace during the Middle Ages, and was then part of the Dunraven estate. As a result, the village’s appearance is more planned than others in Ireland, with the architecture a mixture between traditional Irish and a more English…

The Village Shops - Walking into the Village is like entering a different world from the Parkway. It's quieter and has a great atmosphere. We love shopping here! #gatlinburg #shopping

The Village Shops - Walking into the Village is like entering a different world from the Parkway. It's quieter and has a great atmosphere. We love shopping here! #gatlinburg #shopping

For the second year, The Villages holds the number one spot on our list of the 100 most popular active adult communities in America.

For the second year, The Villages holds the number one spot on our list of the 100 most popular active adult communities in America.

Sites that partaine to the King Arthur legends | Camelot: sites in Britain associated with the legend of King Arthur

Camelot: discovering the legend of King Arthur around Britain

Sites that partaine to the King Arthur legends | Camelot: sites in Britain associated with the legend of King Arthur

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