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And not all on the Beemer
Traditional Irish Currachs at Dunquin Pier, Dingle peninsula, County Kerry



The Dead man (An fear marbh) Dingle peninsula




West of Ireland on the Beemer


Abandoned house West of Lough Nafooey Galway


Dunluce Castle Antrim


Native Irish speaking town(Ballyferriter) in the Dingle peninsula


The open road :p splitting the ring of Kerry


The old Harley, The old abbey, Saint's Island Newton Cashel, County Longford




The 3 sisters (left), Smerwick Harbour and Ballydavid Head (right) on the Dingle peninsula


Slea head on the Dingle Peninsula


Last but not least Rineys Public House, Sneem County Kerry during Bikefest
 

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Glad ye enjoyed them, its a great country when the weather is on our side
A few more for ye

Near Ballyvaghan in County Clare


Some megaliths around 3500 years old


Gaulstown Portal Tomb Co Waterdord




Altar Wedge Tomb west Cork


Some very old Cairns built around 3000BC
Carrowkeel Cemetery County Sligo


Me on the right
Augnacliffe Portal Tomb, County Longford


River barges up country
 

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TxWhiteKnight said:
it is hard for me to imagine how they built some of that stuff that long ago
Do a search on the internet for Newgrange, County Meath...predates the Egyptian Pyramids by a couple of thousand years.
Above the door is a small opening which allows the sun to shine through and into the floor of the burial chamber 20m inside the mound. This can only happen on the Winter Solstice. Truely awe inspiring feat of engineering.
 

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