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Killarney National Park - Ireland
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The Killarney National Park It was the first Irish national park, stabelished when the Muckross Estate was donated to the Irish State in 1932. Situated beside of Killarney town in County Kerry Ireland, including the Lakes Oak and Killarney and Yew woodlands with the most extensive covering of natural forest in Ireland. Killarney National Park was designeted a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

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