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NUIM South Campus greens
Nui Maynooth

April really is the best month to be in Ireland, as it is most like then to encounter T-Shirt weather with little to no rain.

This shot was taken out the back of the South Campus, a popular place to hang out in good weather.

Copyright: Florian Knorn
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