Ireland

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Belfast Peace Wall

Dating back to 1969, the Belfast Peace Walls, or Peace Lines, are a series of barriers that were put up between Irish Nationalist and Unionist neighborhoods ...  Read more

Belfast St Anne's Cathedral

Unlike the chief churches of other European cities, St Anne's Cathedral (often just called Belfast Cathedral) doesn't have a history stretching back far into ...  Read more

Crumlin Road Jail

Crumlin Road features two imposing structures of Belfast’s criminal justice system, the Crumlin Road Gaol (Jail) and Courthouse. The jail opened in 1845 and ...  Read more

Cushendun

Cushendun, derived from the Irish for “Foot of the Dun” for its position at the mouth of the River Dun, has long been a safe harbor for travelers between ...  Read more

Customs House

Belfast’s customs house was the city’s first neoclassical building, built in 1856 in the High Italian Renaissance, or “Palazzo” style. It is generally ...  Read more

Dark Hedges

Fifty miles northwest of Belfast, off the Antrim Coastal Road, you will find one of the most unique and most photographed attractions in Northern Ireland: a ...  Read more

Doolin

With allegedly more musicians per square mile in this county than anywhere in the world, among them the world famous Russell brothers, it’s unsurprising that ...  Read more

Dunguaire Castle

Celebrated as one of the most picturesque of Ireland’s many castles, the majestic Dunguaire Castle is perched atop a grassy promontory off the coast off ...  Read more

Falls Road Murals

Falls Road, derived from the Irish word for “district of the falls or hedges,” is a predominantly working-class area of western Belfast. The neighborhood is ...  Read more

Galway Arts Centre

A long-standing cultural institution, the Galway Arts Centre is one of the city’s principal art establishments, dedicated to nurturing and furthering local ...  Read more

Galway Atlantaquaria

Designated as the National Aquarium of Ireland and the largest aquarium in the country, Galway Atlantaquaria is one of western Ireland’s most popular ...  Read more

Galway Cathedral

A spectacular feat of Hiberno-Romanesque architecture, Galway Cathedral, or the Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St. Nicholas, has a regal ...  Read more

Galway City Museum

Overlooking the famous Spanish Arch, the Galway City Museum has been devoted to preserving the history and heritage of Galway since it opened its doors in ...  Read more

General Post Office (GPO)

The name might not sound inspiring, but one glimpse of the General Post Office’s (GPO) imposing facade is sure to capture your attention with its ornate ...  Read more

Queen's University Belfast

Just as Dublin has Trinity, so Belfast has Queen's. It's the city's top university and a center of green and calm. Neo-Gothic and neo-Tudor buildings mingle ...  Read more

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