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Ireland in black & white: a taste

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The grandeur of Irish cathedrals? Beyond compare.

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Irish pubs are just the most welcoming.

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The ruins of Hoar Abbey.

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Vestiges of conflict, vestiges of woe.

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While in Belfast, snow covered the distant hills.

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A trip to Ireland simply would not be complete without a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin.

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The Cliffs of Moher. Enough said.

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Outside Hook Lighthouse, deep in the Southeast of the country.

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Hook.

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My footsteps receding along the Antrim Coast.

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Giant’s Causeway.

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On a 12k hike round Glendalough.

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The Burren–the second-largest rock desert in all of Europe, and one of Ireland’s six National Parks.

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Welcome to the churchyard at Clonmacnoise.

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Powerscourt, where some of The Count of Monte Cristo was filmed.

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The Gap of Dunloe, between two mountain ranges.

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Glendalough’s round tower, built about 1000 years ago.

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Ah, the Wicklow Mountains. A home to me.

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Forests on the grounds of Glendalough. Mysteriously beautiful and fairy tale-esque.

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