10 attractive destinations for newcomers to Ireland (Part 2)

Coming to Ireland, Europe you will not help marvel at the natural beauty situated on the Atlantic Ocean or the cultural attractions in the city of Dublin, .. Along  with welook around this beautiful country - Ireland

Here are 10 attractive destinations for newcomers to Ireland for the first time.

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6. Bru na Boinne

Bru na Boinne in Ireland

Remnants from Ireland’s ancient past are found all over Ireland, but the Brú na Bóinne mounds in Boyne Valley are not to be missed. Three of the 5,000-year-old burial mounds have been fully excavated and are open to visitors: Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. With its carved granite boulders and white quartz façade, Newgrange is the most striking. A central passage leads to vaulted chambers where cremated remains and grave goods from at least five people were found. The mound of Knowth is best known for its 250 decorated stones, some of which appear to be local maps. There is no public access inside Dowth, but visitors can climb the mound to enjoy the view.

7. Trinity University

Trinity university in Ireland

Founded in the 16th century by Queen Elizabeth I, Trinity University is located on the south bank of the River Liffey in central Dublin. The university is proud of its famous alumni such as Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett. Today, it is also a place to keep the biblical book of Kells, a manuscript illuminates Throughout the Middle Ages. This is considered Ireland's national treasures precious and Legend, we are inspired by the angels.

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8. Glendalough Valley

Glendalough valley in Ireland

Glendalough Valley in distant lands Ireland is really peaceful and quiet. Though distant, quiet, and not as boisterous urban place but here are hidden natural treasures that get nowhere. Natural earth immense, immense. The quaint old building with solid rock material solidly such as : Sanctuary, Lake. All quiet beauty make up for in quanWicklow glacial valley is also an invaluable heritage.

9. Newgrange tomb

Newgrange is an archaeological site situated in the county of Meath Boyne Valley, Ireland. This is the ancient tombs from 4000 BC, thousands of years before the appearance of Stonehenge in England.

Newgrange tomb in Ireland

In 1993, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization United Nations UNESCO World Heritage Newgrange.

Newgrange tomb was built for a variety of purposes, such as paying homage ancestors and the deceased.

10. Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle, near Cork 2nd largest city of Ireland, has since 1400. It was demolished in 1446 and rebuilt the King of Munster later. Surrounding the castle is a large wooded area. This is to be considered the world's most bizarre.

Blarney castle in Ireland

According to legend, the Blarney stone at Blarney Castle in Ireland, capable of transmitting it to eloquence. So visitors often come here to kiss the rock backwards to get that talent.

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