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Famine Walk Memorial

Doolough Pass | Delph Valley, Ireland
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Not an attarction, but a slice of history.

I will one day walk the famine walk. up till now I have only driven the road from Louisburg to... read more

Reviewed February 16, 2017
NosherEngland
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England
The Famine Walk Memorial

We happened upon this as we were driving from Murrisk towards Kylemore Abbey. I wish the monument... read more

Reviewed October 6, 2015
Erik K
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Feb 16, 2017
“Not an attarction, but a slice of history.”
Oct 6, 2015
“The Famine Walk Memorial”
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Doolough Pass | Delph Valley, Ireland
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Reviewed February 16, 2017

I will one day walk the famine walk. up till now I have only driven the road from Louisburg to Delphi. The tale is told many times so does not need me to retell it. The drive is simply beautiful. As the road reaches the...More

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Reviewed October 6, 2015

We happened upon this as we were driving from Murrisk towards Kylemore Abbey. I wish the monument said a little more about the Famine Walk, but the scenery makes up for the lack of information on the monument. There were quotes by Gandhi and Tutu...More

2  Thank Erik K
Reviewed June 28, 2014

For us, one of the most scenic routes in south-west Mayo is the road from the lovely village of Louisburgh in County Mayo, to the popular village of Leenane in County Galway, at the innermost point of the impressive Killary fjord. Passing through Cregganbaun, the...More

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