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  • Irelands Tourist Attractions - Drone

    Rock of Cashel

    Bunratty Castle

    Doolin Dunquin Pier

    Lismore CastleDrone

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    Rock of Cashel, Co. Tipperary

    Rock of CashelIs a large outcrop of rock that is home to the ruins of a large Celtic Cathedral and other buildings that are surrounded by a wall. The buildings date from 900 years ago.

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    Bunratty Castle, Co. Clare

    Bunratty Castle & Folk ParkThe castle is 600 years old and has three floors. Generally the furniture is 500 years old. The Folk Park contains reconstructions of homes, farms and communities from over a 100 years ago that shows what life was like.

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    Lismore Castle

    Lismore CastleWas built 170 years ago by

    the Duke of Devonshire in the style of a Gothic Castle. The gardens are open to the public and well worth visiting.

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    Muckross House, Killarney

    Muckross House

    The house is a mansion

    that was built 150 years

    ago. The house is part of

    the Killarney National

    Park.

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    Connor Pass, Co. Kerry

    Connor Pass

    Is one of the highest

    mountain passes in

    Ireland. The narrow road

    weaves around the steep

    mountain faces

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    Inch Strand, Co. Kerry

    Inch Strand

    Is a long sandy beach

    with wave surf schools

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    Blennerville Co. Kerry

    Blennerville

    Is a small village on the

    outskirts of Tralee, there

    is a restored windmill.

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    Skellig Michael, Co. Kerry

    Skellig Michael

    Is one of two islands 12

    km of the south west

    coast of Ireland. Parts of

    the current episodes of

    Star Wars were filmed

    there.

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    Kilkenny Castle

    Kilkenny Castle

    The castle was the home

    of the Butler Family for

    600 years. The castle has

    many architectural styles,

    it was built over centuries.

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    Ardmore Co. Waterford

    Ardmore

    Is a seaside resort and

    fishing village. On the hill

    overlooking the village is a

    round tower and the ruins

    of a cathedral dating from

    the 12th century.

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    Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare

    Cliffs of Moher

    Are Ireland most visited

    natural attractions. The

    cliffs are 700 feet high at

    their maximum

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    Doolin Pier, Co. Clare

    Doolin Pier

    Ferries leave the pier for

    the Aran Islands and the

    Cliffs of Moher

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    Doolin, Co. Clare

    Doolin Village

    Is near the Cliffs of Moher

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    Athassel Abbey, Golden, Co. Tipperary

    Athassel Abbey

    Is a ruined 900 year old

    Augustinian Abbey,

    beside the river Suir. It

    is the largest medieval

    abbey in Ireland and

    occupies a 4 acre site.

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    Cahir Castle, Co. Tipperary

    Cahir Castle

    The castle is 900 years

    old and is sited on an

    island in the river Sure. It

    is one of the largest

    castles in Ireland.

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    Swiss Cottage, Cahir, Co. Tipperary

    Swiss Cottage

    Was built 200 years ago

    as an ornamental

    cottage by the local

    Lord. The cottage is

    open to the public as a

    museum.

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    Stone Circle, Lough Gur, Co. Limerick

    Lough Gur

    The Stone circle was

    built 4,200 years ago and

    comprises 113 standing

    stones. It is Irelands

    largest stone circle.

    The Heritage Centre

    showcases 6,000 years

    of local life.

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    Powerscourt Estate, Co. Wicklow

    Powerscourt House and

    Gardens

    Is a large country estate known for its house and landscape gardens.

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    Helvick Harbour, Co. Waterford

    Helvick Harbour

    Is a small fishing harbour with a Lifeboat Station.

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    Cobh, Co. Cork

    Is a seaport town in Cork Harbour. Transatlantic cruise ships visit the port. Cork harbour is one of the largest natural ports in the world. The cruise ship Regal Princess can carry 3560 passengers and 1450 crew, it is 330 metres long. Cove was the last port visited by the Titanic in 1912 before it sank after hitting an iceberg.

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    Blackrock Castle

    Was built as a coastal

    defence fortification to

    protect the port in Cork

    city.

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    Liscannor

    The harbour contains

    fishing and pleasure boats.

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    Gap of Dunloe

    Is a narrow pass between

    two mountains there is a

    narrow winding road, a

    number of lakes connected

    by a river.

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    Waterford

    Waterford

    Grannagh Castle on the bank of the river Sure with a cable stay bridge in the background.

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    New Ross, Co. Wexford

    New Ross

    Is a town on the river

    Barrow. Berthed on the

    quay is the Dunbrody a

    replica of a sailing ship that

    carried passengers to

    America in the 1800s.

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    Thomastown, Co. Tipperary

    Thomastown Castle

    Is a ruined mansion that

    was built in 1812 in the

    style of a Gothic Castle

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    Knockgraffon, Co. Tipperary

    Motte & Bailey

    900 years old fortification

    built by the Anglo-Normans

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    Oola, Co. Limerick

    Tower House

    The tower house was used

    for both defensive and

    residential purposes.

    Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick

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    Knockgraffon, Co. Tipperary

    Tower House

    The tower house was used

    for both defensive and

    residential purposes.

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