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Loving Ireland 19h
Did you know that Belfast City Hall, despite being a city with a Protestant majority, was built by Catholics? In addition, around the City Council, a green park was designed to serve as a lung where workers from nearby factories could rest from the smoky pollutants.
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Loving Ireland Sep 24
Visit Bunratty Castle is not just a fortress tour as it is located inside a theme park that recreates the daily life of an Irish people. Travel back in time and discover the harsh conditions of rural life in the 19th century!
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Loving Ireland Sep 23
The capital of the Emerald Isle is currently a great art pole, where theater and music converge with the natural spaces of a city with a great industrial past. Ready to discover it?
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Loving Ireland Sep 22
In the beautiful and lively city of Letterkenny we suggest you stroll through its main streets to reach the Market Square, photograph its Georgian houses, visit the interesting Museum of County Donegal and the beautiful castle of Glenveagh. Do not miss this charming city!
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Loving Ireland Sep 21
In the charming town of Adare, in the county of Limerick, we recommend you to photograph its beautiful little houses with thatched roofs and its medieval abbey. You'll love it!
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Loving Ireland Sep 20
In Northern Ireland, we suggest you discover Larne, a charming fishing village, and Belfast, a modern and renovated city, which has overcome the conflict of the past and is building a new and peaceful identity.
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Loving Ireland Sep 16
The beautiful Bunratty Castle, the charming city of Galway, the beautiful Connemara National Park or the spectacular Killary Fjord will turn your itinerary into an unforgettable journey. What are you waiting for?
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Loving Ireland Sep 15
Dublin is also an ideal city to explore on a bicycle. Lovers of nature and small details will find in this the perfect means of exploring the city at their own pace. And for those who prefer to go on foot, the city has different thematic tours.
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Loving Ireland Sep 13
Armagh today is a city open to visitors that exudes peace in all its corners. Diocese of the Catholic and Anglican Church, counts among its most emblematic monuments with two outstanding Cathedrals, both dedicated to St. Patrick.
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Loving Ireland Sep 11
Dublin is full of legends and Trinity College is not spared from them. They say that if you are a student and you pass under the bell tower, you will never be able to graduate. That's why, once graduated, the undergraduates will be photographed below to laugh at the legend.
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Loving Ireland Sep 10
Today Belfast is a dynamic and creative city with numerous monuments such as the Town Hall, the Cathedral of Santa Ana, the Tower dedicated to the consort Albert, the Titanic Belfasty museums of Ulster, the botanic garden or The Queen University.
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Loving Ireland Sep 8
There is no reason to hide it. The story is taken from the movies with Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet thrills moviegoers of all ages. That is why it is no wonder that, the Titanic Belfast museum has become one of the main attractions of the city of Belfast.
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Loving Ireland Sep 7
Dear traveler, if you really want to understand the influence of Ireland in the world, come to visit the Museum of Irish Emigration (EPIC). Do not miss it!
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Loving Ireland Sep 6
In the Dingle Peninsula, you can photograph the sublime beauty of natural prints that have made this corner one of the most popular destinations in the world. Enjoy infinite shades of green and impressive sandy beaches bathed by the Atlantic in the most western point.
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Loving Ireland Sep 5
Join the Oyster International Festival that is held every year at the end of September in Galway. The event is held over a weekend and the usual figures leave satisfied the most gluttons, more than 10,000 oysters available for the delight of the visitors. Do not miss it!
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Loving Ireland Sep 4
Northern Ireland surprises the world with magical places like Dunluce Castle, the extraordinary suspension bridge of Carrick-a-Rede, the photogenic island of Rathlin, the splendid mountains of Morne, the incredible Gobbins trail and the impressive Giant's Causeway.
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Loving Ireland Sep 2
Travel to Ireland and discover lands of movies, cities full of life, a delicious cuisine and a welcoming people. What are you waiting for?
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Loving Ireland Sep 2
The Connemara National Park seduces the traveler with its natural beauty. Discover its almost 3,000 hectares dotted with beautiful and rugged mountains such as Twelve Bens, solitary sandy beaches watered by the Atlantic, hills and meadows painted green and mysterious swamps.
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Loving Ireland Sep 1
If you visit Dublin, you'll love getting lost by wandering around Grafton Street, entering the Trinity College Library or going shopping on O'Connell Street. You decide.
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Loving Ireland Aug 31
Annascaul is a charming rural village on the Dingle Peninsula that you will fall in love with. Known for its Irish pottery and its black pudding, this place is perfect for photographing the green landscapes of Ireland.
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