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Dublin: 17 °C Friday 10 April, 2020

22 gorgeous Instagrams that prove you can't beat Ireland in the autumn

Ireland, are you well? ‘Cause you’re looking well.


1. St. Stephen’s Green always looks fierce and on point in the autumn

2. Look at this quintessential autumnal scene in Waterford Castle

3. We’re calling it: UCC might be Ireland’s most photogenic college

Our Hogwarts.

4. Oh, Galway


5. Brisk autumn walks down the canal in Dublin = perfection

6. Limerick, are you well? Because you’re looking well

And very serene.

7. Just when you thought the Cliffs of Moher couldn’t get any more stunning

That sky, though.

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8. Two pretty-as-a-postcard scenes from Killarney National Park

9. Cold air and orange leaves in Co. Donegal

10. Cork City or Stars Hollow?

11. Gorgeous Sligo.

12. We get it, Donegal. You’re really, really beautiful.

13. This can’t be a real leaf. It’s too perfect.

14. Roscommon, you beaut.

15. There’s Caaaaavan looking mighty fine altogether.

16. And Kilkenny doing itself proud.

17. Even the pubs look better than usual.

As this photo of Paddy’s in Gowran demonstrates.

18. Frankly rude of Ravensdale, Co. Louth to look this good.

19. Dayum, Laois. You do something with your hair?

20. *turns head walking through Tullamore* and takes sunglasses off for dramatic effect*

21. Wicklow Head Lighthouse, keep doing what you’re doing.

22. And finally… the River Liffey has never looked so majestic

Stay away a bit longer, winter.

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