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Hill of Tara, quiet and peaceful

Hill of Tara, quiet and peaceful

Hilly High Hills 12x30 Giclée Archival Print by BriannasArtwork. THE STORY White homes tip top over the hills. With neighbours in sight but not too near, peace and quiet is appreciated here. Sheep baa and burl down the hills, chasing anyone who comes around stirring all about. The train choo choos over the very highest hill. Rock walls divide the land and move up and down from high points to low ground. Coloured doors capture the free spirit of their hearts and their love for life.

Hilly High Hills Spring Original Folk Art Acrylic Painting by Brianna by treehugginlovin with sheep & thatched roof cottages inspired by her vacation in Ireland.

Cork has it all, from the best beaches in all of Ireland, to quirky coffee shops that serve an excellent brew, to its colourful local characters who will welcome you with arms wide open. Read on to find out why you HAVE to add Cork to your Ireland itinerary.

Want to know why I’m such a proud Irish girl? Because, I’m from the beautiful county of Cork. Cork has it all, from the best beaches in all of Ireland, to quirky coffee shops that serve an excellent brew, to its colourful local characters who will welcome

Ireland take me away..

10 Stunning Locations for Vacations in Ireland ...

Dunluce Castle - Antrim coast, Northern Ireland near to Port stewart and Portrush. Built in the century by Richard Og de Burgh, Now a picturesque ruin. A truly beautiful place.

Ballyvaughan in Co Clare, Ireland.

Doolin, Ireland: three pubs and the countryside. What a quaint beautiful place to visit. (Yes we named our cat after this village)

Kilkenny Ireland. This is a perfect example of how people show their individuality.In countries like Guatemala and Mexico...the people live behind high walls,so their doorways are always unique and lovely.We all long to "stand out" in some small way.

Neighboring Doors - Kilkenny, Ireland

Neighboring Doors - Kilkenny, Ireland photo credit to Dennis Barloga

St. Patrick’s Festival 2017. 16th - 19th March. Dublin, Ireland

St. Patrick’s Festival 2017. 16th - 19th March. Dublin, Ireland

I love doors and the ones in Ireland are so fun!

Doors of Dublin. I love all the fun and colorful doors in Ireland.

Trinity College Dublin #dublin #ireland

Department of Religions and Theology:Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Ireland

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