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|This was the first purpose built Parliament House in the world and was constructed at a great time of public confidence in Dublin.The Parliament building was sold to the Bank of Ireland under the condition that it should not be used for political assemblies.|
|The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum is situated in Northern Ireland, about 6 miles east of the city of Belfast, in a region known as Cultra. It comprises of two museums - the Folk Museum and the Transport Museum. The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum ranks among Ireland's foremost visitor attractions, endeavouring to illustrate the way of life past and present and the traditions of people in the no...||02/28/2006||406|
|A nice high-res view of a beach in Ireland. |
|Google Earth shows a mixture of English and Irish names.|
This file provides separate sets of English (Bhéarla) and Irish (Gaeilge na hÉireann) county names which can be seen at relatively high altitudes.
Covers both Ireland and Northern Ireland (UK)
|This is a overlay file with Ireland counties delimitations and abbreviated names||03/15/2006||1,532|
|Royal National Lifeboat Institution Lifeboat Stations In Ireland||10/20/2007||589|
|Dublin Zoo is Ireland's top family visitor attraction. Visitors can explore the thirty-acre African Plains - home to giraffes, zebras, hippos, rhinos, lions and chimpanzees ||02/14/2006||429|
|The Island of Ireland Peace Park and its surrounding park (Irish: Páirc Síochána d'Oileán na h'Éireann), also called the Irish Peace Park or Irish Peace Tower in Messines, near Ypres in Flanders, Belgium, is a war memorial to the soldiers of the island of Ireland who died, were wounded or are missing from World War I.|
The tower memorial is close to the site of the June 1917 battl...
|Narin Beach, Donegal, Ireland -- you can see the location of a golf course in the dunes (low res image, alas).||08/23/2005||379|
|One of the landmarks of Dublin with its large drum and shallow dome, and visible all along the Liffey, the Four Courts derives its names from the four divisions that traditionally were the judicial system in Ireland. These were: Chancery, King's Bench, Exchequer, and Common Pleas. ||01/25/2006||333|
|located in County Kerry, is the highest peak in Ireland. It is 1,039 m tall and is the central peak of the Macgillicuddy's Reeks range.||10/15/2005||871|
|Placemarks of the major churches in Cork City and a link to images and detailed description on Buildings of ireland website||04/27/2007||573|