Date:February 25, 2020

Ireland Is The Whole Package, And You Should Definetly Visit It

Besides being a culinary expert and the land of U2 rock band, Ireland is a very beautiful country to spend a weekend, a vocation or even planning to move completely. Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle, this is because of its lush greenery and rolling hills. The country receives a lot of rain each year, which keeps the grass green and the plants blooming.

Moreover, its rich history, culture, and mythology also play their part in this mosaic island. Everything here breathes freedom. Each castle, moor, windmill and seemingly ordinary path have a legend of their own, which is passed from generation to generation in awed whispers.

This green-motives painted country has it all – and with all the pollution topics around – this place is the best to sniff your head in and become one with nature.

If you are planning to visit it, here are some events to participate in.

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The Rock of Cashel was the residence of the high kings of Munster for several hundred years before the Normans.

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A rainbow near the Cliffs of Moher on the Atlantic coast.

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The Cliffs of Moher.

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The medieval Ashford Castle on the shores of Lough Corrib and the River Cong.

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The Giant’s Causeway is a unique coastal area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.

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Bridge to the stars, Wicklow.

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Aurora over the Dunluce Castle ruins.

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Typical Irish summer.

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Sheep, Dingle Peninsula.

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A night-view of Dublin.

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Doonagore Castle.

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The Glanworth Bridge, County Cork.

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A lighthouse on the coast of Lough Swilly.

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County Galway, the home to Galway City

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Benbulbin, a large rock formation in County Sligo.

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