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an old iron key attached to a stone wall
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Irish Cottage .. Shamrock key
an arched stone bridge over a wet street
ISA Ireland Study Abroad
Dublin, Ireland
people are walking down the street at dusk
Rail Europe
Belfast Northern Ireland © TS Drown
Irish Belfast, Sayings, Sod, Luck Of The Irish, Irish Eyes Are Smiling
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Ireland/ April 1976 "Master of the meadows: By the time Christy Fitzgerald grows up, his future may lie not in farming or emigration, but in one of the industries lured to Dingle by government grants for factory construction. By attracting business to the countryside, Ireland aims to stem the centures-long export of her young."
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Ireland/ April 1976 "Master of the meadows: By the time Christy Fitzgerald grows up, his future may lie not in farming or emigration, but in one of the industries lured to Dingle by government grants for factory construction. By attracting business to the countryside, Ireland aims to stem the centures-long export of her young."
stone steps lead up to a tunnel in the woods
Wishing steps, grounds of Blarney Castle, County Cork, Ireland. (I've walked down these with my eyes closed, as tradition dictates!)
people sitting at tables in a bar with lots of lights hanging from the ceiling above them
15 Jaw-Dropping Belfast Bars That You Need To Visit
Kelly’s Cellars | 15 Jaw-Dropping Belfast Bars That You Need To Visit
several red double decker buses parked in front of a building with a clock on it
Things to do | Ireland.com
Delight in downtown Belfast’s History and Architecture with an Open Top Bus Tour of the city!
an old stone building with a gate in the foreground and trees on either side
All things Europe
Muckross Abbey, Killarney, Ireland "It is an ancient land, honoured in the archives of civilisation ... Every great European race has sent its stream to the river of the Irish mind." - Thomas Davis, 'Literary and Historical Essays'
an image of a road in the middle of a field with trees and grass around it
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Ireland