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Fahan Beehive Huts, Dingle,County Kerry

Fahan Beehive Huts, Dingle,County Kerry

The Fahan Beehive Huts, also known as Caher Conor, are located on the south side of Mount Eagle, to the west of Dingle Town. The Caher Conor complex consists of five structures and the huts (or clochan in Irish) were probably once single family dwellings, attached to each other with via inter-connecting doorways - linking the huts together.

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Connemara Marble Factory, County Galway

Connemara Marble Factory, County Galway

The mining of Connemara Marble is one of Ireland’s oldest indigenous industries. The Connemara Marble Visitor Center is located at Moycullen, 8 miles west of Galway City on the N59. The marble factory showroom and shop has Ireland's largest display of Connemara Marble jewellery, fashioned in gold and silver depicting the shamrock, harp, Celtic cross and the Claddagh ring.

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Brendan Ferris - Sheepdog Trials, County Kerry

Brendan Ferris - Sheepdog Trials, County Kerry

If you ever wondered how sheep dogs were trained to round up sheep then a trip to Kells Sheep Center is a must. Kells Sheep Center is run by Sheepdog trainer Brendan Ferris, is located on the Ring of Kerry on the N70, halfway between Cahersiveen and Glenbeigh. Brendan trains Border Collies in the art of sheep herding and his amazing skills are clearly demonstrated when you watch hi at work.

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Rock of Cashel, County Tipperary

Rock of Cashel, County Tipperary

The Rock of Cashel (Carraig Phádraig), more formally known as St. Patrick’s Rock is reputedly the site where a conversation ensued between Aenghus-King of Munster and St. Patrick in the 5th Century AD.

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Brazen Head - Food, Fairies & Folklore Night, Dublin City

Brazen Head - Food, Fairies & Folklore Night, Dublin City

The Food, Fairies and Folklore night is a regular event hosted by The Brazen Head – Ireland’s oldest pub. The pub itself which dates back to 1198 has managed to retain the charm and characteristics of its past and in particular its patrons, who have included literary greats such as: James Joyce, Jonathon Swift and Brendan Behan alongside such famed revolutionaries as Robert Emmet, Daniel O’ Connell, Wolfe Tone and Michael Collins.

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