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Enchanting Ireland, Part 2

There are a lot of beautiful places in the world, but somehow Ireland ended up with more than it's fair share given the size of the country. It wasn't hard coming up with more breathtaking pictures for this second installment of our Enchanting Ireland series.


The graveyard at Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland. This valley is home to the ruins of a monestary, complete with round tower, founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century.

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A mossy arch in the Irish countryside.

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The hills of Inishowen, Ireland.


New perspective on the Rock of Cashel. Ruins of an old castle in the backround (see next picture for a closer view).

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Ruins of a castle near the Rock of Cashel. Cows and sheep graze the castle grounds, giving an uninterested glance at tourists who dare to tread upon their, ah-hem, fertile pastures.


The Cliffs of Moher at the edge of the Burren, County Clare, Ireland.


Steps of Skellig Michael that lead to the monestary at the top of the rock. There are around 600 of these.

The Skellig Islands in County Kerry are located in the Atlantic, 7.5 miles off the west coast of Ireland. They represent one of two World Heritage Sites in Ireland (the other is Newgrange in County Meath).


Traffic jam in the Irish countryside.

It's a tired joke, but it always manages to make me smile.


Little Irish lamb! Thought I'd throw some gratuitous cuteness in here.


Old cottage near Stradbally, Ireland. Like a fairytale.

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No, this isn't a Caribbean island.

It's Whiterocks Beach, Portrush, Northern Ireland.

Who knew?

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