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Ballybunion Ballybunion

    Michael Anthony Hartney shows us:
  1. Ballybunion Castle ruin (see the history of the castle)
  2. Ballybunion Castle at sunset

Anascaul Mt cottage Dingle Dingle shops
rail on Dingle Killorgin street scene

    Craig S. O'Connell captures:
  1. Roadside view in mountains in Anascaul.
  2. A housekeeping cottage on the Connor Pass Road, two minutes from Dingle town.
  3. Dingle town from the Connor Pass Rd.
  4. Shops in Dingle town.
  5. An abandoned rail line on the Dingle peninsula.
  6. A Killorgin street scene in 1973

Slellig grave bridge Valentia Cliff stone house

    Steven Sullivan shows us:
  1. Island of Skelling Michael
  2. Celtic gravemarker, Kylemore Burial Grounds,Valentia Island
  3. Valentia bridge between Portmagee and Valentia Island
  4. Valentia Cliff with the Skellig Michael and Little Skellig in the background
  5. Remains of a thatched roof house

Ross castle harbor clock Doulus cliff

  1. Ross Castle, located just outside of Killarney
  2. Harbor at Knightstown, on the most eastern part of Valentia Island
  3. Clock Tower in the town of Knightstown
  4. Doulus Head, Dingle Peninsula
  5. Dingle Peninsula Cliff

beach cathedral sneem waterfall puffin

  1. Dingle Peninsula Beach
  2. St. Mary's Cathedral, Tralee
  3. Sneem town scene
  4. A waterfall in Killarney National Park
  5. A Skellig puffin

beach Skellig Michael lighthouse Sunrise beehive huts

  1. "Ryan's Daughter" was filmed on this Dingle Peninsula beach
  2. Landing at Skellig Michael
  3. Valentia Lighthouse
  4. Sunrise over Valentia Island
  5. Skellig Beehive huts

Glenbeigh old church Glenbeigh old church Glenbeigh old church

    Joan Rusk shows us:
  1. old church in the center of Glenbeigh

    and Bob E. Commins shows us:

  2. limestone Comane family c. 1725-96 tombstone in Ardfert Cemetery
  3. close-up of the inscription

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