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Rathlin South Lighthouse © Heiko Klotz

Rathlin South Lighthouse © Heiko Klotz

Curryglass, Cork, Ireland, West Cork Lighthouse | Flickr

Curryglass, Cork, Ireland, West Cork Lighthouse | Flickr

Duncannon lighthouse on the Hook Peninsula County Wexford. The oldest of its kind in Ireland, this lighthouse was built in 1744.

Duncannon lighthouse on the Hook Peninsula County Wexford. The oldest of its kind in Ireland, this lighthouse was built in 1744.

Hook lighthouse, Wexford, Ireland, one of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world. The tower dates to the 13th century.  pic.twitter.com/xqGVF7kIH7

Hook lighthouse, Wexford, Ireland, one of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world. The tower dates to the 13th century. pic.twitter.com/xqGVF7kIH7

Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Co. Dublin

Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Co. Dublin

https://flic.kr/p/aCKY5c | Youghal Lighthouse | Photo shows the tower and what was formerly the keepers dwelling. Established in 1852, it is built on the site of much earlier lighthouse  The earlier Lighthouse was in operation from the thirteenth century and was tended by the nuns from a nearby convent. This Light ceased to exist in 1542 , when the monastries were dissolved on the orders of King Henry VIII

https://flic.kr/p/aCKY5c | Youghal Lighthouse | Photo shows the tower and what was formerly the keepers dwelling. Established in 1852, it is built on the site of much earlier lighthouse The earlier Lighthouse was in operation from the thirteenth century and was tended by the nuns from a nearby convent. This Light ceased to exist in 1542 , when the monastries were dissolved on the orders of King Henry VIII

Ireland > Lismore > Castle Gardens by cellartours, via Flickr

Ireland > Lismore > Castle Gardens by cellartours, via Flickr

The Skeith Stone, between Kilrenny and Cellardyke. With Pictish carving, it probably dates from about the 7th century. The carving is fairly faint but easily visible when sunlit from the side (south-west-ish).

The Skeith Stone, between Kilrenny and Cellardyke. With Pictish carving, it probably dates from about the 7th century. The carving is fairly faint but easily visible when sunlit from the side (south-west-ish).

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All aboard! | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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