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  1. Glencolmcille County Donegal

    Glencolmcille is a scenic valley in West Donegal which has two ecclesiastical foundations attributed to Colmcille. Read more

  2. The House of Waterford Crystal

    Visit the world's largest collection of Waterford Crystal in the city that gave this iconic Irish brand its name. Watch the craftsmen at work followed by a visit to the opulent retail store, all located in the centre of the Viking city of Waterford. Read more

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  3. National Print Museum

    The National Print Museum in Dublin City collects, documents, preserves, exhibits, interprets and makes accessible the material evidence of printing craft and fosters associated skills of the craft in Ireland. Read more

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  4. Castlehackett House / Knockma Hill

    Caherlistrane's most prominent landmark, Knockma,at 170m is the highest hill in the plains of North Galway and South Mayo. It is the legendary burial place of Queen Maeve and, in folklore, Knockma was the seat of Finnvara, King of Connacht fairies. Read more

  5. Damhead Miniature Railway

    A miniature steam train ride, situated off the main Coleraine-Ballymoney Road at Damhead School. Read more

  6. County Carlow Military Museum

    The County Carlow Military Museum is housed in a late 19th century Church in Carlow Town. The museum has a wide range of exhibits relating to Carlow's military history. Read more

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  7. Punchestown Standing Stone

    The Punchestown Standing Stone is the tallest and most remarkable of several long stones in County Kildare. It is found beside Punchestown Racecourse. Read more

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  8. The Crean's Brewery

    Visit The Crean's Brewery to see Tom Crean's fresh Irish lager being made. Located at the foot of the Conor Pass mountain on the outskirts of Dingle town. Read more

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  9. Edmund Burke

    Edmund Burke(12 January 1729– 1797) was a political philosopher and orator, and is generally viewed as the philosophical founder of modern Conservatism. He was born on Arran quay in Dublin. There is a monument to him at Trinity College, Dublin. Read more

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