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Cladagh River and Crystal Palace  A paved walkway beside the underground Cladagh River in the Crystal Palace area of the Marble Arch Caves, Northern Ireland's longest known cave system.    Calcite stalactites hang from the cave's limestone ceiling.

A paved walkway beside the underground Cladagh River in the Crystal Palace area of the Marble Arch Caves, Northern Ireland's longest known cave system. Calcite stalactites hang from the cave's limestone ceiling.

Marble Arch Caves, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Marble Arch Caves, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Stalactites, Marble Arch caves, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

Stalactites, Marble Arch caves, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

The Marble Arch Caves are a series of natural limestone caves located near the village of Florencecourt in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. The caves are named after the Marble Arch, a natural limestone arch at the upstream end of Cladagh Glen under which the Cladagh River flows.

Marble Arch Caves & Cuilcagh Mountain Park _Global Network of National Geoparks

Cuilcagh Mountain, which rises over part of the Marble Arch cave system, on the border with the Republic of Ireland, near Enniskillen, County Antrim. Both part of a natural park.

Cuilcagh Mountain, which rises over part of the Marble Arch cave system, on the border with the Republic of Ireland, near Enniskillen, County Antrim. Both part of a natural park.

Hook Head. Wexford. Ireland photo: Edgars Neimanis

Hook Head. Wexford. Ireland photo: Edgars Neimanis

The Glengesh Pass on the way into the town from Carrick and Glencolmcille..Part of The Wild Atlantic Way..

The Glengesh Pass (view Northern lights) on the way into the town from Carrick and Glencolmcille.Part of The Wild Atlantic Way.

Mweelrea Mountain by wolfhoundireland, via Flickr

Mweelrea Mountain, Co Mayo - West of Delphi Mountian Resort

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