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The Town Of Drogheda [The Streets Of Ireland]

The Town Of Drogheda

The Town Of Drogheda Image by infomatique Drogheda’s name derives from the Irish Droichead Átha meaning ‘bridge of the ford’ which refers to the River Boyne on which it stands.

Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin, so I guess as theatre majors we'll have to see it, right?

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Samuel Beckett Bridge is such a beautiful representation of the musical Irish culture.

The Cotswolds is a spectacular area of south central England that is comprised of many little towns and villages that have lush, green, rolling hills and little cottages made of Cotswold stone. It is a popular destination for anyone who is traveling through England, or for someone who maybe wants to take a day trip from London to see the countryside.

10 Fairy Tale Destinations to Put on Your Bucket List

Castle Combe, England | Incredible Pics

Castle Combe, Wiltshire, England the beautiful bridge leading in to the center of the village

Helford is a village in west Cornwall, England. It is situated on the south bank of the Helford River and is approximately five miles south-southwest of Falmouth. Helford is in the civil parish of Manaccan.

Helford is a village in west Cornwall, England. It is situated on the south bank of the Helford River and is approximately five miles south-southwest of Falmouth. Helford is in the civil parish of Manaccan.

One of my favorite things to do when I was little was pull out my parents' National Geographic atlas and pore over it while lying on the floor of the living room. Maps contain so much possibility: looking at one, seeing the outlines of unfamiliar coastlines and learning the names of strange rivers, is almost like being transported to another world. So it seems a shame to throw out old maps when they become obsolete — why not give them new life in your home instead?

7 Clever Projects to Make with Vintage Maps

I've just found Handmade Vintage Map Lampshade. A vintage world map lampshade, perfect to fit almost any lampstand or as a ceiling pendant shade.

The Oldest Pub in Ireland is Sean's Bar in Athlone, Ireland. It claims to be the oldest pub in Ireland, dating back to 900. Sean's Bar is located on Main Street, Athlone, on the West Bank of the River Shannon, and was originally known as Luain's Inn. It is often colloquially referred to simply as Sean's.  During renovations in 1970, the walls of the bar were found to be made of wattle and wicker, dating back to the tenth century.

SEAN'S BAR, Athlone, Ireland: The oldest pub in Ireland. at the ancient crossing point on the Shannon River. Had a few pints here!

Temple Bar, Dublin- is an area on the south bank of the River Liffey in central Dublin, Ireland. Unlike the areas surrounding it, Temple Bar has preserved its medieval street pattern, with many narrow cobbled streets.

Dublin Hotels - Official Site to the 4 Star Luxury Brooks Hotel in Dublin City Ireland, located within a few minutes walk of Dublin's famed Grafton Street,

THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK CAMPUS []REF-105311 [The Streets Of Ireland]

THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK CAMPUS []REF-105311

THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK CAMPUS []REF-105311 [The Streets Of Ireland]

Balbriggan - The Bracken River [The Streets Of Ireland]

Balbriggan – The Bracken River

Balbriggan – The Bracken River Image by infomatique Balbriggan is thirty two kilometers north of Dublin city, on the Belfast–Dublin main line of the Irish rail network.

RIVER BOYNE FLOWING THROUGH TRIM [The Streets Of Ireland]

RIVER BOYNE FLOWING THROUGH TRIM

THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK CAMPUS []REF-105321 [The Streets Of Ireland]

THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK CAMPUS []REF-105321

THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK CAMPUS []REF-105321 [The Streets Of Ireland]

Derry city guide: What to do on a weekend in Northern Ireland's second city   Why go now?  The launch of Bmis twice-daily flights from London Stansted to Derry in May makes a weekend in Northern Ireland's second-largest city an easy jaunt. Especially given the flight is barely an hour long. The once-divided city is now flourishing with the redeveloped waterfront and Guildhall area capitalising on the riverside setting and new hotels restaurants and museums springing up on either side.  Much…

Derry city guide: What to do on a weekend in Northern Ireland's second city Why go now? The launch of Bmis twice-daily flights from London Stansted to Derry in May makes a weekend in Northern Ireland's second-largest city an easy jaunt. Especially given the flight is barely an hour long. The once-divided city is now flourishing with the redeveloped waterfront and Guildhall area capitalising on the riverside setting and new hotels restaurants and museums springing up on either side. Much…

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