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TOURING IRELAND
Dublin
Belfast
Ring of Kerry
Ring of Dingle
Heritage Parks
Kells - the high cross
Cork and Kerry
CASTLES:
Birr
Blarney
Bunratty
Carrickfergus
Donegal
Dublin
Dunluce
Johnstown
Kilkenny
Trim
IRELAND'S HOUSES:
Bantry
Muckross
Mount Stewart
GARDENS:
 
NATIONAL PARKS
 
PREHISTORIC IRELAND:
Drombeg Stone circle
Newgrange
Knowth
Clontygora Court grave
MONASTERIES / ABBEYS:
Quin Abbey
Jerpoint Abbey
Kylemore Abbey
Ireland Caves:
Dunmore Cave
FACTORY VISITS:
Waterford
Old Bushmills' Distillery
NORTHERN IRELAND
The Giant's Causeway
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
 
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Bibliography for Travels in Ireland

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Listed below are some book and pamplet resources on Ireland. Some resources are listed because I used them to verify historical dates or Ireland facts, others are listed because they can provide the reader with additional information on Ireland.

Note: listings with a hyperlink will take you to a website where you can buy the book, see Relationship Disclosure.

The Ireland Bibliography:
"Guide to National and Historic Monuments of Ireland" by Peter Harbison. Published by Gill & Macmillan Ltd, Hume jAvenue, Park West, Dublin 12. Copyright Peter Harbison 1970, 1975, 1992

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Most of the information on this website was gather during my families July 2004 visit to Ireland