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The Yew Walk, Meath, Ireland Copyright: Noel Byrne
the head of St.Oliver Plunkett on permanent display at St.Peter's Church,in Drogheda Ireland. this gave me so many nightmares as a kid
Drogheda is one of Ireland’s oldest and most historical towns. Now I realize where this most unusual name came from for the ranch in Australia in the mini series "The Thornbirds".
Tomb slab of Sir Edward Golding and Elizabeth Fleming who drowned in the River Boyne in the 16th century. Their spirits are said to haunt the area nearby the accident. Located at the rear of St Peter’s Church in Drogheda, Ireland.
Summer in Kilkee
Cliffs of Kilkee, County Clare | 33 Places In Ireland You Won't Believe Are Real www.wallacetravelgroup.com