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Dun Aonghasa
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It was absolutely breath-taking, the crashing waves, the birds, the flowers, the rocks, but the vastness of the ocean is a sight worth the climb.
You must be able to walk over stones, trails, and stone walls to get there, but if you like views of cliffs and ocean along with solitude this is the place.
Very exciting visit hosted by Daniel and his fantastic team - lovely facilities - great exhibition area - most interesting tour complete with amazing celtic mythology - they certainly bring the past and legends to...
... to life by our local guide, Daniel Curley, whose encyclopedic knowledge combined with his delightful sense of humor and engaging personality brought the history of the site and the epic tales of Ireland to life.
Dun Aonghasa Inishmore
o barrier to keep you away from the cliffs’ edge, but it is very exhilarating and an amazing archaeological site with a well layers out welcome and information center.
Dun Aonghasa, on the island of Inishmore in the Aran Islands, is a fabulously preserved prehistoric stone fort perched on the edge of a precipitous cliff with the wild Atlantic surging below.
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We were fortunate enough, the day before, to have toured the adjacent forest grounds with Rachel's Irish Adventures and that was amazing; the forest is beautiful and has some interesting points of interest through...
Very old castle with a lot of interesting history Great food Fantastic atmosphere and grounds Staff were very friendly and helpful
The tomb is much like any cairn tomb you’d see in Ireland, but it was atop a very high hill, so you could get some fantastic views, especially with the nice, clear, sunny day we were having.
Inside the passage tomb, the 5000 year old artwork is very well preserved and some of the most detailed I've seen having visited many similar passage tombs in Ireland, including Newgrange.
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It has been presented variously as an early Christian stone church by its discoverer, antiquary Charles Smith, in 1756; a 12th-century Romanesque church by archaeologist Peter Harbison in 1970; a shelter for pilgr...
This small stone structure has some of the most remarkable stone masonry we've seen anywhere in the world, and that includes Incan architecture in Peru and Ancestral Pueblo architecture at Chaco Canyon.
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Grianan Of Aileach County Donegal
Free to enter and what a sight it is, perfectly preserved and restored stone fort with the best views you ever will get So peaceful up there.
This thirteen hundred year-old hill fort, which was extensively reconstructed during the 19th Century, commands stunning views of Donegal and across ther border into Northern Ireland.
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... of incredible landscapes, the smell of salty sea air mixed with the fragrance of wild flowers and grass, the sounds of seabirds and songbirds, all tossed together, makes for an almost magical experience.
The location along the wild coast had us enchanted right away, then the walk through the lovely farm fields, up and over the rock escarpment had us mystified, then finally reaching the Dunlough Castle ruins by its...
Splendid views, incredible history Wonderful tour guide who was friendly, warm, great sense of humour and very knowledgeable!
The tour guide was fabulous and I loved how well-run the tours were - you purchase tickets at the visitor center, take a bus to the site (only about 5-10 minutes away) and enjoy a short 30-40 minute tour of the si...
Drombeg Stone Circle is one of the absolute must-sees of County Cork - a perfectly well-preserved Bronze Age monument, like a small edition of Stonehenge.
A misty morning helped make the mysterious atmosphere of this place, just a short walk from the car parking area, as you ponder alone the people who made the circle, its real usage (I think a cremation was once fo...
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The 780 hector (1927 acre) sight is a complex of Neolithic mounds, chamber tombs, standing stones some as early as 35th century BC, it also pre-dates the Egyptian Pyramids.
They bus you to the two main sites (Knowth and Newgrange), everything is organised like clockwork yet you still get time to yourselves to look at the amazing burial grounds, take photos, go inside etc.
The old cemetery surrounding is still in use but many of the headstones and tombs bear testimony to burials from earlier centuries.
The church has little details in the well preserved architecture of the windows, the head of a bishop or even King over the door, the stonework on the old Celtic crosses that grace the graveyard and I’m always fas...
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I visited the castle today on the way to Galway with two American tourists, we had a very enjoyable tour with Ciara, a very knowledgeable, enthusiastic and humorous guide with a great passion for history.
Our tour guide was very nice, funny and informative, the trip took approximately a half hour and was really interesting, afterwards there is Listowel town to wander about, Listowel park and the river feale to walk...
We tooka stroll to the abbey and absolutely loved it, great for taking some photos if you're into gravestones and decaying buildings as I am and also a good opportunity to take a couple of pics of the rock of cashel.
Again, this is a great piece of history with a chance to see an beautiful Abbey and using your imagination you can place yourself back in time.Great for the kids and a great add on site.
A short drive from Dublin Very nice cemetery Beautiful round tower Very nice old Celtic crosses ️ A very nice country side drive to this place Boyne valley is so nice
The High Crosses were also excellent with well preserved carvings on one in particular telling some Bible stories.
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... leave valuables in site anywhere anytime) across a moody tranquil field to the hallowed remains, burial grounds and yet another Statue of Padraig, whose origins and history are debated by some as much as those...
Absolutely Stunning Views of the valleys around Slane from this wonderful Franciscan ruin of church, friary, bell tower, graveyard and college.
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Get the leaflet at the visitor centre and do the self-guided tour- many intriguing passage tombs - one of the largest neolithic burial sites Probably best for people who thrill on archeology We enjoyed our visit.
... of displays, created a laminated map guide for people to take with them, reconstructed most of the cairn for the most impressive passage tomb (known as Tomb 51), and hired very knowledgeable employees who will...
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Deserted Village Achill Island
The deserted villages and famine cemeteries are peaceful places where it is good to sit, enjoy the beauty around you and contemplate the history.
The attraction aside it is worth visiting just for the views, the deserted village itself gives an insight into the past and I found walking amongst the ruins quite humbling.
Fore Abbey County Westmeath
In a deep green valley lies Ireland's only known Benedictine Abbey from the 13th to 15th century, or its well preserved ruins.
Would recommend to anyone with even a minor interest in local history as it is a memorable spot in Co. Westmeath.
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The buildings have been wonderful restored, with the chapel housing some of the most beautiful stained glass windows I have ever seen; and the mosaic in front of where the altar would have stood was breathtaking.
A bit of history, a bit of walk in the park, close to Swords Main Street, great for a picnic on a nice sunny day!
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