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Bray Head's Trackway - Ireland
Ireland

The pathway to Bray Head is a popular destination for hillwalkers and bikers in the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland. At the top of the head there is a concreted cross who used to visited by the catholics during the Good Friday processiong marking the stations of the cross.

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