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Old Images of Ireland: Pictures of County Galway - Eyrecourt ... Eyrecourt Castle Eyrecourt Co. Galway

Old Images of Ireland: Pictures of County Galway - Eyrecourt ... Eyrecourt Castle Eyrecourt Co. Galway

City Harbour, Galway City (Ireland). I got to know this city quite well as a study abroad student at the National University of Ireland, Galway, in spring 2008. Ireland is such a rich country - in the stories and in the soil!

City Harbour, Galway City (Ireland). I got to know this city quite well as a study abroad student at the National University of Ireland, Galway, in spring 2008. Ireland is such a rich country - in the stories and in the soil!

Afbeelding van http://blather.net/abroad/photos/IMG_2626_father_teds_house.jpg.

Afbeelding van http://blather.net/abroad/photos/IMG_2626_father_teds_house.jpg.

The Irish Sky Garden Crater by Turrell, is located on the grounds of Liss Ard Estate, Skibbereen, County Cork.  It is, as the name suggests, a man made crater, created through the mounding of earth on all sides.  At the center lies the “Vault Purchase”, a monolithic stone plinth, upon which offers unobstructed, focused views of the sky, offering a chance for contemplation.

The Irish Sky Garden Crater by Turrell, is located on the grounds of Liss Ard Estate, Skibbereen, County Cork. It is, as the name suggests, a man made crater, created through the mounding of earth on all sides. At the center lies the “Vault Purchase”, a monolithic stone plinth, upon which offers unobstructed, focused views of the sky, offering a chance for contemplation.

Galway Ireland is about an hour and a half from Dublin. Go there! Friendly people and cute town. #travel #Ireland

Galway Ireland is about an hour and a half from Dublin. Go there! Friendly people and cute town. #travel #Ireland

A list of all the uniquely Irish phrases that the Irish use pretty regularly that confuse the hell out of anyone who isn't Irish.

A list of all the uniquely Irish phrases that the Irish use pretty regularly that confuse the hell out of anyone who isn't Irish.

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