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Ireland is the land of myths and legends. Known as the “Emerald Isle”; the rolling green fields are home to the well-known counties of Kildare, Tipperary, Limerick and Kilkenny.
5,000 years of history are waiting to be discovered in this magical land.
The Rock of Cashel is a stark reminder of Ireland’s violent history. Brutal massacres took place in this spectacular group of medieval buildings including the High Cross, Romanesque Chapel, 12th century Round Tower and 13th century Gothic Cathedral. The ghostly tombs of Newgrange were built in 3200 BC, and the secrets of its past are revealed during the winter solstice each year. Traces of the Vikings and Normans can be found in Carlingford. The castle is said to be haunted by a headless ghost, while the last 236 mischievous Leprechauns are hiding in Carlinford’s Fairy Hill. Kilbeggan Distillery, in County Westmeath, was founded in 1757. The Keepers of The Wheel continue to guard the secrets of Kilbeggan in the oldest working still in Ireland. Rippling streams and purple mountains, stone bridges and green valleys are waiting to be discovered in Wicklow Mountains National Park. Glendalough’s twin lakes are some of the most exquisite in Ireland, and explorers will enjoy discovering the secrets of the monastic ruins of St Kevin, the 6th century monk. The oldest working lighthouse in the world stands at Hook Head, while the nearby town of Waterford offers visitors a vision into the lives of the Vikings of the 9th century. The famous Blarney Castle in County Cork offers visitors an opportunity to kiss the “Stone of Eloquence” as they explore this druidic settlement.
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