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Homage to the Gods - Co. Fermanagh  The Janus Figure is believed to be between 2000 and 3000 years old and stands about 4 feet high in Caldragh Cemetery, an ancient burial ground on Boa Island in Northern Ireland. Just to the right of this figure you can also see the Lustymore Island figure which is more worn with less details.

Homage to the Gods - Co. Fermanagh The Janus Figure is believed to be between 2000 and 3000 years old and stands about 4 feet high in Caldragh Cemetery, an ancient burial ground on Boa Island in Northern Ireland. Just to the right of this figure you can also see the Lustymore Island figure which is more worn with less details.

The Burren, Co. Clare seems odd in the middle of a lush green but the wild flowers and beautiful rocks are amazing

The Burren, Co. Clare seems odd in the middle of a lush green but the wild flowers and beautiful rocks are amazing

5,000 year old megalithic standing stone pair at Cross, Co. Mayo, Ireland, facing Atlantic and setting sun, Caher island and Inisturk // Souls & Stones

5,000 year old megalithic standing stone pair at Cross, Co. Mayo, Ireland, facing Atlantic and setting sun, Caher island and Inisturk // Souls & Stones

Ballinasloe, County Galway - horse country, and Jeeves' true home

Ballinasloe, County Galway - horse country, and Jeeves' true home

stone cottage~Aran Islands, Ireland - West coast Irish limestone islands in Galway Bay has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

stone cottage~Aran Islands, Ireland - West coast Irish limestone islands in Galway Bay has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

Quigley's, Collooney, County Sligo, Ireland

Quigley's, Collooney, County Sligo, Ireland

The name "Ard Boe" means "hill of the cow" it comes from a legend that the monastery of Ardboe was built from the milk of a magic cow out of Lough Neagh and forms the only remaining part of an early monastery on the site. At around 18.5 feet (5.6 m), Ardboe High Cross is Northern Ireland's tallest cross. Although the head of the cross is damaged, it seems to be the only such cross in Northern Ireland to remain largely complete and original..

The name "Ard Boe" means "hill of the cow" it comes from a legend that the monastery of Ardboe was built from the milk of a magic cow out of Lough Neagh and forms the only remaining part of an early monastery on the site. At around 18.5 feet (5.6 m), Ardboe High Cross is Northern Ireland's tallest cross. Although the head of the cross is damaged, it seems to be the only such cross in Northern Ireland to remain largely complete and original..

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