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11 photos that will make you want to travel every inch of Ireland

Breathtaking.
Sep 1st 2013, 8:15 PM 59,121 88

YES, IT’S COLD and miserable and the economy is in the toilet and it rains most of the time.

But caught at the right moment, Ireland can be the most beautiful place in the world.

Here are 11 photographs that will make you want to take a month off and travel every road and boreen.

1. These breathtaking cliffs at Mizen Head

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2. This sweeping view from the base of the Great Sugarloaf

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3. This isolated oratory at Gougane Barra

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4. This towering, abandoned railway viaduct in Ballydehob

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5. The bizarre scenery of the Dark Hedges in Ballymoney

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6. This crumbling castle in Carrigogunnell

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7. This incredible sunset over Doonagore

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8. This outlook over the once-mighty walls of Dunluce Castle

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9. This perfect reflection on a Connemara lake

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10. This stomach-dropping view from Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

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11. And this tranquil dawn in Killarney

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That’s it. We’re packing our bags.

Where would you go on a tour of your ideal Ireland? Which images should be in this list? Let us know in the comments…

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