Category: Pictures

Top 10 photos of the day in Ireland

Ireland’s beauty never seizes to amaze us and the photographers never rest. So here’s YOUR 10 photos of the day 🙂 Great shots, Hats off! Looking back east to Kylemore abbey from the top of Diamond Hill. The sun bursting through the clouds created some beautiful light across the hills, really highlighting the dramatic landscape of Connemara. A beautiful sight at 6 in the morning 😊 #Connemara #diamondhill #galway #mountain #ireland #wanderireland #kylemoreabbey #ig_ireland #discoverireland #loveireland #thesnapys #igersireland #wildatlanticway #greatnorthcollective #natgeotravel A photo posted by Gavin Hartigan (@gavinh) on Jul 5, 2016 at 9:28am PDT Connemara Co Galway by: Norman...

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Irish National Stud and Japanese gardens

The Irish National Stud Farm is just the perfect place to spend some time with a friend, family or partner to relax and enjoy the sight of legendary horses. We went to check it out and brought some pictures with us for your pleasure and entertainment. Even her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II came for a visit to see for herself where the winners of five classics for her family were produced. The place is known as a breeding farm for race horses, but we found more than that – The Japanese Gardens, St Fiachras Garden and the Horse Museum. We took...

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10 Amazing photos of Ireland from Instagram, Hats off to the artists!

Every once in a while we’ll keep bringing you amazing pictures to view just in case you missed these. We will let the pictures, artists, and speak for themselves on this one as all the credit goes to them. The Drombeg Stone Circle aka the Druid's Altar. Such a fascinating place. This is a circle of 17 standing stones, each two meters high, which on excavation showed that there had been an urn burial site in the centre. It has been dated to between 153 BC and 127AD. A photo posted by Sounds of silence. (@claireonline) on May 4,...

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My name is Liran and I arrived here 3 years ago after finding a job online.

Initially I thought I'll work for a year and leave, but something else happened.

I fell in-love with Ireland, and thus have built Hats off Ireland Blog with the purpose to promote Restaurants and Entrepreneurs alike while exploring all the hidden gems of the country.

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