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This innovative gallery focuses on contemporary Irish art and, in particular, on the artists of the Beara Peninsula.
The Lartigue Monorail was the only monorail in the world to operate successfully on a commercial basis It ran from Listowel to Ballybunion in County Kerry between 1888 and 1924.
The Muckross Gallery is adjacent to the Killarney National Park and the Muckross Park Hotel, in County Kerry. The focus of the Muckross Gallery is on contemporary art and fine craft.
Banna Beach is located at Ardfert, County Kerry and stretches from Ballyheigue Beach in the north to Barrow Beach in the south. It is an extensive sandy beach of major ecological interest.
At Dunloe, near Killarney in County Kerry, a group of eight Ogham stones stand as proud testament to an ancient culture. The stones were removed to their present day location in the 19th century.
Southwest of Tralee, County Kerry, people can discover the ruins of the Annagh Church, a medieval house of worship thought to date from the 15th century.
Garfinny Bridge is a medieval bridge which has been recently restored and is the only bridge to be declared a national monument of Ireland. It is located near Dingle in County Kerry.
Built in the 16th century, this castle has four storeys and has recently been "stabalised" by the OPW.
Castle Conway alias Killorglin Castle is a ruined 12th century castle, which was an advance post of the Earl of Desmond.
Ratass Church is the oldest building in Tralee Town. It was one of the first ecclesiastical settlements established under the Irish Church Government in County Kerry. The church boasts fascinating moulding and an Ogham stone.
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