Stream

Join this community to post or comment

Stephen Lavery

Ireland - Irish Tourism  - 
 
St. John's Point Lighthouse: an old (still operational) lighthouse located at Killough, County Down, Northern Ireland. The Lighthouse has a very interesting history and is a 'must see' for visitors to the Newcastle, County Down area. httpi://www.stephenlavery.com
10
touche patricia's profile photoStephen Lavery's profile photo
2 comments
 
Merci beaucoup! :-) 
 ·  Translate
Add a comment...

Jean-christophe Martinon

Ireland - Gaeilge  - 
 
Skerries mai 2016 
 ·  Translate
7
1
Add a comment...

Rob Rugebregt

Ireland - Irish Heritage & Culture  - 
 
A replica of the ship "Jeanie Johnston" on the Liffey, Dublin, Ireland. With this ship many emigrants sail to North-America during the Great Famine. Despite the number of passengers and the long voyage, no crew or passenger lives were ever lost on board the "Jeanie Johnston".
13
1
Add a comment...

Rob Rugebregt

Ireland - Irish Heritage & Culture  - 
 
A replica of the ship "Jeanie Johnston" on the Liffey, Dublin, Ireland. With this ship many emigrants sail to North-America during the Great Famine. Despite the number of passengers and the long voyage, no crew or passenger lives were ever lost on board the "Jeanie Johnston".
7
The Watchful And Harmonious Subsriber's profile photoRob Rugebregt's profile photo
4 comments
 
+The Watchful And Harmonious Subsriber County Galway with probably the best city in Ireland, Galway City. A beautiful city and awesome bay. Or take a tour to the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. Other beautiful and interesting cities are Killarney in county Kerry and Killkenny in county Killkenny.. 
Add a comment...

Stephen Lavery

Ireland - Irish Tourism  - 
 
Dawn at the Chaine Memorial, Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. http://www.stephenlavery.com
5
Add a comment...
 
Hi there guys! Would really appreciate it if yous could follow my new blog on Ireland, it's people , culture and native language Gaeilge. I would really appreciate if you could do this and also possibly spread the word and give suggestions on what you guys want to know. Thanks a million, go raibh mile maith agaibh go leir,
Mise le meas ,
Pádraig.
7
Caroline Wilson's profile photo
 
Would love to follow you, I adore Ireland!! 
Add a comment...

John Garrett

Ireland - Ireland Photography  - 
 
Cottown Railway Bridge.
Disused railway bridge at The Cottown, County Down and part of the railway line which ran from Newtownards to Donaghadee. It was opened in 1861 and closed almost 90 years later in 1950. Its widely believed that partition in Ireland brought about the demise of the island's railway network... especially in the North. #PartitionDestroys
10
Add a comment...

Alpha Holiday Lettings

Ireland - Irish Community on Google+  - 
 
Splendid Daffodill Cottage in #Tinahely County Wicklow prices from only £240/week.

http://www.alphaholidaylettings.com/rental/Tinahely/944880
2
Add a comment...

Jordan Grimley

Ireland - Irish Community on Google+  - 
 
Follow me if possible :) Thank you
1
Add a comment...

Created by

About this community

About Ireland Welcome to Magical Ireland on Google+ Everything Irish and Ireland! Make friends, have a wonderful time and keep politics down to a dull roar please. There are categories at the left. Please choose the closest fit when posting. This Ireland Community site is overseen by Elfay in honour of Founder and friend, Dirk Talamasca. It is managed by Elfay Pinkdot and Susan Prediger. All the moderators are Irish or live in Ireland. This Ireland Community features News and Information about Irish Artists, Irish Photographers, Photographs of Ireland, Festivals, Culture, Music, Literature, History, Wildlife, Agriculture, Economics, Business, Irish Tourism, Pubs, Restaurants, Recipes, Hotels and Heritage Centre locations. Share your Photos of Ireland, your stories, promote your businesses and be excellent to each other!

Ireland History, people and craic!!

Ireland - Irish Tourism  - 
 
 
One of the worlds most freakish statue parks are located in Ireland near county Wicklow on the East coast of Ireland. It features statues with absoloubtly no relevance to the location or Ireland at all and is open all year round as a typical public park.
It's called Victoria Park after Queen Victoria's Irish Rule and is located about 30-40mins drive from Dublin.
There are many streets, buildings and more named from queen Victoria's rule over the Irish island e.g. Victoria Square shopping centre Belfast which is situated on Victoria Street and one of the worlds best malls.
1
Add a comment...

Rob Rugebregt

Ireland - Irish Heritage & Culture  - 
 
A replica of the ship "Jeanie Johnston" on the Liffey, Dublin, Ireland. With this ship many emigrants sail to North-America during the Great Famine. Despite the number of passengers and the long voyage, no crew or passenger lives were ever lost on board the "Jeanie Johnston".
13
Add a comment...

Rob Rugebregt

Ireland - Irish Heritage & Culture  - 
 
A replica of the ship "Jeanie Johnston" on the Liffey, Dublin, Ireland. With this ship many emigrants sail to North-America during the Great Famine. Despite the number of passengers and the long voyage, no crew or passenger lives were ever lost on board the "Jeanie Johnston".
12
Elaine Leonard's profile photoRob Rugebregt's profile photo
4 comments
 
+Elaine Leonard Sorry, Elaine, I don't have any photos of this singer and football player..
Add a comment...

Ireland History, people and craic!!

Ireland - Irish Heritage & Culture  - 
 
The Obel Tower is Irelands tallest building and is located along the banks of the river Lagan near to the centre of Northern Ireland's capital city, Belfast.
It has a total of 28 stories including 2 underground parking lots.
Has a total height of 85 m (279ft).
And is a residential building costing anywhere between £100,000 to £475,000+ to buy a single apartment according to Wikipedia.
Construction began in 2006 and costed 60 million GBP (Great British Pound is used in the northern 6 counties of Ireland).
It was finally opened to the public in the year of 2010 and came as a shock to many people as both Dublin and Belfast have strict laws of construction height which where ignored with this building.
1
1
Add a comment...

Gerard Hughes

Ireland - Ireland Photography  - 
 
Brendan grace fantastic tonite in the carrikdale hotel 
2
Add a comment...

Erhat Neueniere

Ireland - Irish Music  - 
 
 
You've got a face not spoiled by beauty
I have some scars from where I've been
You've got eyes that can see right through me
You're not afraid of anything they've seen ...

4
Ireland History, people and craic!!'s profile photo
Add a comment...

Travel.with. Nadia

Ireland - Ireland Photography  - 
4
Add a comment...

Imagine Ireland Limited

Ireland - Irish Tourism  - 
 
New posts on our #IrelandExplore #TravelBlog https://www.imagineireland.com/travelblog

Explore the beauty of Ireland on these nature trails along the coast and through the mountains
6
Add a comment...

Antrim Rambler

Ireland - Ireland Photography  - 
 
 
You are walking along with very little happening and then the light improves dramatically. Cue a panicked setup and this is the result. The wonderful Lurigethan Mountain as seen from Carnaneigh. Please feel free to share. Thanks :-)
10
Maryellen Sullivan's profile photoAntrim Rambler's profile photo
4 comments
 
+Maryellen Sullivan Thank you :-)
Add a comment...