Lough Derg ‘Ireland’s Third Largest Lake’

Lough Derg, from the Irish ‘Loch Deirgdheirc’, was one of the names of the ‘Dagda’ recognised as the Irish God.. …”red eye” During the medieval times, the lake appeared as an integral part of the water highway stretching from as far west as the Atlantic ocean, through the irish midlands and further to the east,Continue reading “Lough Derg ‘Ireland’s Third Largest Lake’”

The ‘Rock of Cashel’ – Ireland’s Medieval Jewel

..known for its three names, ‘Cashel of the Kings’, ‘St Patrick’s Rock’ or the one we already heard of, the ‘Rock of Cashel’, is one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art as well as medieval architecture that can be explored anywhere on the European continent, with the majority of the structural features andContinue reading “The ‘Rock of Cashel’ – Ireland’s Medieval Jewel”

Ireland & Europe’s Westernmost Point ‘The Dingle Peninsula’

Have you ever heard about the Dingle Peninsula ? What it is and what makes it to be such a popular tourrist attraction ? Located in the south-west of Ireland in Kerry county, the peninsula is stated to be the westernmost point in Ireland and perhaps even the continent of Europe. It is this pieceContinue reading “Ireland & Europe’s Westernmost Point ‘The Dingle Peninsula’”

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