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Aillwee Cave
A day visitor attraction in the West of Ireland A showcave with guided tours underground Cafe & Giftshop. Farmshop where cheese is made daily

Blarney Castle
Blarney Castle is one of Ireland's oldest and most historic castles. Blarney Castle is famous for its stone, which is traditionally believed to have the power to bestow eloquence on all those who kiss it.

Caherconnell Stone Fort in the heart of the Burren
Information on the history and archaeology of the Burren from Caherconnell Stone fort and visitor centre.

Castles in Ireland
A visitor's guide to castles in Ireland. Recommendations for air travel, car rental, attractions, historic sites, accommodations, and restaurants. Photographs.

Dalkey Home Page
News, views and photos of this historic seaside town just 8 miles south of Dublin City.

Derry and Donegal
Useful Info about Derry ,Inishowen and Donegal.

Father McDyer's Folk Village Museum, Glencolmcille
The Glencolmcille Folk Village Museum - a replica of a thatched cottage village in rural Ireland that offers a glimpse of daily life during the past centuries

Foynes Flying Boat Museum
Re-live a romantic era in aviation history by visiting the original terminal where the passengers enjoyed the first Irish Coffee while awaiting their flights.

a simple portrayal in pictures and poettry of an off the beat Irush village and its surroundings - Doonpeter Well and Famine road,its massrock and the Nagles Mts, its manor with genealogy page and local wildlife; forum for sharing

Incentive Travel
Experience breathtaking sights, culture and much more with Golf & Incentive Travel

Irelands Eye Media
Do you miss the sights & sounds of Ireland, put on one of our DVD/Videos and let Ireland come to you!

Irish Secrets
A reference site for Co. Down, Northern Ireland with information on historical characters, local business, recipies and places of interest.

Look Around Ireland
Interactive virtual tours of ireland including scenic ireland, celtic ireland and the individual counties.

Malin Head Information
Photos, info and particulars about the northernmost place in Ireland, Malin Head, Co Donegal, at the top of the Inishowen Peninsula

Newgrange - 101 Facts
101 facts about Newgrange, one of the world's most fascinating ancient monuments, located in County Meath in Ireland.

Newgrange Megalithic Passage Tomb
Newgrange, Knowth, Dowth, Fourknocks, Loughcrew and Tara are Neolithic period (4000 to 5000 years old) Megalithic Passage Tombs located in the County of Meath on the east coast of Ireland
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Rindoon - Walled Deserted Village
The mysterious deserted medieval town of Rindoon, contains a crusaders castle on the shores of the Shannon

The Churches of Great Island
Take a tour round Cork Harbour and discover the many churches that have been built in Cobh and Great Island.Discover the history of this emigration port.

The Old Courthouse Visitor Centre, Lifford
A restored 18th and 19th century jail with a fascinating history of crime, punishment and lunacy in old Ireland. Take a guided tour of the old cells, get put in the stocks and get your mugshot taken. Afterwards relax in the Courthouse Restaurant or browse

Video guides of buildings and landmarks.
Watch specific video guides of historic buildings and landmarks around Belfast, Newcastle, Dundalk, Galway and many more. Commentary and photos included.


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