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Enchanting Ireland, Part 3

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 third installment of our Enchanting Ireland series.


Kylemore Abbey, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.


Dromoland Castle, Ennis, County Clare, Ireland.


Arial view of the Rock of Cashel.


Green, rolling hills, beautiful coastline, and sheep. Sounds about right.


Knowth, part of a set of megalithic passage tombs in the Boyne Valley along with Newgrange and Dowth. Brú na Bóinne, County Meath, Ireland.

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Ballcarbery Castle in the Ring of Kerry.

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Keem Bay, Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland.

Derrybawn Bridge on the Glendassan River in County Wicklow, Ireland. It was buil

Derrybawn Bridge, built in the 1700s. Glendassan River, County Wicklow, Ireland.

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Officially called the Liffey Bridge, this Dublin icon is more often referred to as the Ha'penny Bridge because of the toll once charged to cross it.


The Guinness Lake!

Seriously, it's a lake that looks like a pint, complete with white frothy top. This lake borders the Guinness family land, and encouraged by the blackish water (caused by the bog underneath), the family imported some white sand to lay across the top.

Loch Tay, County Wicklow, Ireland.

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