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Cliffside Path - Skellig Michael, Ireland - the larger of the two Skellig Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. A Christian monastery was founded on the island at some point between the and century, and abandonment in the late century.
Cliffside Path - Skellig Michael, Ireland: it's worth the boat ride out and the hike to the top.
Skellig Michael, Ireland~ talk about long, winding roads.
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cliffside path at Skellig Michael, Ireland, an island off the coast of County Kerry
Blarney Castle - Ireland At the top of the castle lies the Stone of Eloquence, better known as the Blarney Stone.Tourists visiting Blarney Castle may hang upside-down over a sheer drop to kiss the stone, which is said to give the gift of eloquence.
Blarney castle, Ireland-----kissed the blarney stone, such a weird experience hanging over the edge of the castle kissing a rock being supported by a complete stranger. Never forget it!
Blarney Castle,Co. Cork, Ireland - Kissed the Blarney Stone twice. Now I'm doubly gifted with gab.
Blarney Castle, Ireland Blarney Castle (Irish: Caisleán na Blarnan) is a medieval stronghold in Blarney, near Cork, Ireland, and the River.
Cliffs of Kerry, Ireland--beautiful part of the world. Actually I really love all of Ireland.
Cliffs of Kerry Kerry cliffs with view to Valentia Island, County Kerry, Ireland
Cliffs of Kerry, Ireland - The trip to Kerry Cliffs is definitely worth it! While there is a minimal fee, the views are spectacular and the sites are clearly marked. I strongly recommend you find a way to fit a visit into your next trip to Ireland.
Beehive Huts from the Dark Ages on the island of Skellig Michael off the coast of Kerry, Ireland. It was home to one of the first monastic settlements in Britain. The earliest reference to the Skellig Islands dates back to BCE.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a famous rope bridge near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It spans 20 metres and is 30 metres above the rocks below.
Glendalough, Ireland (or Glendaloch) is a glacial valley in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and partly destroyed in 1398 by English troops.