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Durrow, Co. Laois, Ireland

All Ireland Scarecrow Festival - Something not to be missed July - August Durrow, Laois, Ireland

County Laois, Ireland where my ancestor fled after leading an uprising in the 1820s

County Laois, Ireland where my ancestor fled after leading an uprising in the

Dunamase Castle

Rock of Dunamase Castle Ireland, from the movie Leap Year

Laois, Ireland

Laois, Ireland

Kayaking at Durrow Laois Ireland

Kayaking at Durrow Laois Ireland

Ireland 50 Cent Coin, back when we had our own money, before the Euro ruined everything - typical of European encroachment on Ireland!

The introduction of the euro – first as ‘book money’ in 1999 and later as physical notes and coins in 2002 – is one of the European Union.

As a follow-up of the Wild Atlantic Way the new tourism initiative “Ireland’s Ancient East” has been officially launched this month. Build on the wealth of historical and cultural assets in the east and south of Ireland we hope this new touring region will prove as effective and popular as the Wild Atlantic Way.

Ireland’s Ancient East Map. Stretching from the Boyne Valley in the north east and ranging through the midlands all the way down via Kilkenny’s Medieval mile to Waterford and Cork.

From exquisite Heywood gardens, just outside Abbeyleix, lovers of Irish countryside will be able to stand overlooking 7 Irish counties while breathing in work of eminent architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and magic of landscaper Gertrude Jekyll.Mixing both great park style with more formal gardens, Heywood shows off both garden types, developed centuries apart, by offsetting work of Lutyens and Jekyll (completed in 1912), with that of Frederick Trench, who worked on grounds in 1700s.

The top five places to visit in County Laois (PHOTOS)

From exquisite Heywood gardens, just outside Abbeyleix, lovers of Irish countryside will be able to stand overlooking 7 Irish counties while breathing in work of eminent architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and magic of landscaper Gertrude Jekyll.Mixing both great park style with more formal gardens, Heywood shows off both garden types, developed centuries apart, by offsetting work of Lutyens and Jekyll (completed in 1912), with that of Frederick Trench, who worked on grounds in 1700s.

Do you only have 1 day in Dublin, Ireland Here are the best things to see and do in just one day | The Travel Tester

One day in Dublin? See the Highlights

If you only have one day in Dublin, of course you want to make the most of it! Let The Travel Tester guide you to some of the highlights of this city.

60 Degrees Sculpture at Lough Boora Parklands, County Offaly, Ireland

Enjoy Ireland's Outdoors at Lough Boora Parklands - Ireland With Kids

The Lough Boora Parklands offer walking and cycling trails, a sculpture walk, Irish history and so much more! This image: 60 Degrees Sculpture at Lough Boora Parklands, County Offaly, Ireland

'I had been some years in Ireland andhad written my little work on the phanerogams of Upper Ossory...' (Osraighe, was a kingdom in south-central Ireland which, in the 12th century, comprised most of modern County Kilkenny and part of western County Laois.)

'I had been some years in Ireland andhad written my little work on the phanerogams of Upper Ossory.' (Osraighe, was a kingdom in south-central Ireland which, in the century, comprised most of modern County Kilkenny and part of western County Laois.

International Pan Celtic Festival 2013, Tuesday 2nd - Sunday 7th April 2013, Carlow, Co. Carlow:  The festival celebrates the Celtic cultures of Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man through music, song , dance and language. The streets of Carlow will come alive with music, dance, parades and Celtic street entertainment. Other highlights include 'A Celtic Taste of Carlow' food and craft fair, The Pan Celtic Trad Trail and the Pan Celtic International Song Contest.

International Pan Celtic Festival 2013, Tuesday 2nd - Sunday 7th April 2013, Carlow, Co. Carlow: The festival celebrates the Celtic cultures of Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man through music, song , dance and language. The streets of Carlow will come alive with music, dance, parades and Celtic street entertainment. Other highlights include 'A Celtic Taste of Carlow' food and craft fair, The Pan Celtic Trad Trail and the Pan Celtic International Song Contest.

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