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Worth seeing on any Ireland tours. County Leitrim is a maritime county in the province of Connacht, with an area of 613 square miles, it has the smallest population (25,815 @ 2002 census).  Historically, the reason for so few inhabitants was that the county's poorly drained...

A series of spectacular polygonal column's composed of basalt found on the north coast of County Antrim. Geologists believe that they were formed when an ancient lava flow cooled and solidified approximatley sixty million years ago during the early Tertiary period. Its name stems from a local...

These are Megalithic tombs of around the forth and third millennium B.C. Often located on a hilltop, the graves have a covered passage leading to a tomb at the centre of a mound. Those in the Boyne Valley...

One of the three great collections of Old Irish poems , tales , histories , and genealogies of kings and saints. Housed in the Library of Trinity College , Dublin , the "Book of Leinster" was compiled or transcribed by a bishop of Kildare at the...

This is an area of County Galway. It is situated west of the Corrib and stretches between the townlands of Barna and Carna. Comnnemara is one of the most scenic areas of Ireland , with a vibrant Irish-speaking community who have a rich tradition of singing ,...

Natural springs, found throughout Ireland and other Celtic countries. Before Christianity, gthese springs were dedicated to female deities, representitives of the local earth mother deities. Holy wells are an example of how Christianity became superimposed on local pagan customs and beliefs of the pre-Christian Celtic...

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An ancient royal site on the plains of County Roscommon in Ireland. Many prehistoric and early medieval earthen monuments (mounds and raths) were found here. According to legend , Rathcroghan was the seat of King Ailill and Queen Maeve of Connacht , whose pillow talk led to...