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  1. The old George Bar and restaurant

    Newry, County Down

    Quaint pub and restaurant severing great food and drink situated in the center of Rathfriland. Read more

  2. Guillamene / Newtown Cove Green Coast Award 2014

    Tramore, Waterford

    Guillamene/Newtown are side by side and have both received the National Green Coasts Award for 2014. This area is popular with strong swimmers and has a car park and toilets. Read more

  3. Millisle- walking guide

    Newtownards, County Down

    Two miles along the coast road from Donaghadee is the seaside village of Millisle. Read more

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  4. Heritage Island

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Find out more about Ireland's heritage and culture from visiting ... Read more

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  5. Glinsk Castle

    Glinsk, Galway

    In the decades preceding the 1641 Rebellion, a number of Irish landowners were building houses that tried to combine the need for spacious and luxurious living with an adequate means of positive defence. Read more

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  6. Cockle Row Cotttages & Groomsport Harbour

    Bangor, County Down

    Set within picturesque Groomsport Harbour, Cockle Row Cottages are a must see visitor attraction. Read more

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  7. North Kerry Museum

    Tralee, Kerry

    The North Kerry Museum based in Ballyduff, Tralee, Co. Kerry contains many historic artefacts from the early prehistoric & neolithic era to the more modern turn of the 20th century and the Irish civil war. Read more

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  8. Copper Coast Mini Farm

    Fenor, Waterford

    The Copper Coast Mini Farm is a purpose built pet farm located on the stunningly beautiful Copper Coast in County Waterford. It boasts a large variety of friendly farm animals and some exotic varieties. Read more

  9. War Memorial Gardens

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located adjacent to Phoenix Park in Dublin City, the War Memorial Gardens pay tribute to the 49,400 Irish soldiers who died in the war of 1914-1918. Read more

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  10. Cong Abbey

    Cong, Mayo

    Turlough O’Connor, High King of Ireland, founded the Augustinian abbey in Cong, County Mayo in the early 12th century. It was established on the site of a 6th-century church associated with St Feichin. Read more

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