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Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Located in Caherciveen, lies the shell of a workhouse. In 1846 it was converted from a lodge to a sanctuary for the destitute, housing a school, hospital, residential quarters, soup kitchen and a Church. Its doors were closed in 1923.
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Gap of Dunloe, Beaufort, Co. Kerry, Ireland, V93 AWR8
This cottage is picturesquely situated at the entrance to what must be the most beautiful glaciated valley in Western Europe. It is a family run business with dinner served daily, sing songs, Irish dancing, traditional music and gift shops.
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Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry, Ireland, V23 E229
This well-preserved early Christian stone fort would have been the home of a local chieftain in the early 9th century.
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Castlecove, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Situated in Castlecove, the Fort is probably the finest example of a stone fort in Ireland, about 2,500 yrs old. Built of local stone.
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Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland, V92 Y028
Located on the Dingle Peninsula, this is the most perfectly preserved of the boat shaped oratories in Kerry, built between 9-12 Century.
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Co. Kerry, Ireland, V31 AX57
Home of the Leslie family since 1690, Tarbert House is a Queen Anne Georgian building. A Heritage house, it is preserved in its original form with furniture and pictures from the 17th Century.
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Ring of Kerry, Glenbeigh, Co Kerry, Ireland
The Bog Village is situated half way between Killorglin and Glenbeigh on the main Ring of Kerry route. It is a must for you to stop off and enjoy a step back in time to the early 18th century to recapture the way life would have been at that...
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Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne, Baile an Fheirtéaraigh, Co Kerry, Ireland, V92 HY83
A visit here is recommended before you go out to explore the archaeological wonders of the area. The displays include geology, history and the rich archaeological heritage. Travelling and temporary exhibitions are staged from time to time.
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