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Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel is a perfect wedding venue in Killiney, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland - got married here.

Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel is a perfect wedding venue in Killiney, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland - got married here.

Bantry House and Garden open until the end of October 2014. Visit the house and  garden with its beautiful views and interesting history. Enjoy a c

Bantry House and Garden open until the end of October 2014. Visit the house and garden with its beautiful views and interesting history. Enjoy a c

Article-top 10 places to visitKylemore Abbey Castle, County Galway in Ireland

Article-top 10 places to visitKylemore Abbey Castle, County Galway in Ireland

2nt 4* Dublin Spa Break & Flights - Xmas Market Dates Available! Enjoy a two-night luxury Dublin break at the Royal Marine Hotel. Or spend two luxurious nights relaxing at the Clarion Hotel. Fly from Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Edinburgh Leeds Bradford or Manchester. Visit the Christmas market between 26 Nov-23 Dec! Minimum 40 hours in destination for a two-night break. Valid for travel from 28th Nov 2016-31st Mar 2017. BUY NOW for just £79.00

2nt 4* Dublin Spa Break & Flights - Xmas Market Dates Available! Enjoy a two-night luxury Dublin break at the Royal Marine Hotel. Or spend two luxurious nights relaxing at the Clarion Hotel. Fly from Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Edinburgh Leeds Bradford or Manchester. Visit the Christmas market between 26 Nov-23 Dec! Minimum 40 hours in destination for a two-night break. Valid for travel from 28th Nov 2016-31st Mar 2017. BUY NOW for just £79.00

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A Famine wall is a stone wall about the height of a man (in Ireland). They were built during the Famine of the 1840s as a means to keep the hungry masses out of the estates of the landowners. Ironically, it was the (usually homeless) Catholics who built the walls, for a few scraps to eat. Massive work projects like the Famine walls and the Famine roads kept the masses barely alive during the four years that the crops failed.

A Famine wall is a stone wall about the height of a man (in Ireland). They were built during the Famine of the 1840s as a means to keep the hungry masses out of the estates of the landowners. Ironically, it was the (usually homeless) Catholics who built the walls, for a few scraps to eat. Massive work projects like the Famine walls and the Famine roads kept the masses barely alive during the four years that the crops failed.

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