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Blarney's Castle Young Ladies Room
Ireland

The Young Ladies room was where the daughters of the Lord of Blarney's Castle slept, just under the priest's room. Blarney's Castle was build in early of 1200 and at now is a partial ruin Castle with some parts restored and opened for tourists near Cork City in Ireland.

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Tags: castle; ruins; castelo; ruinas; ireland; irlanda; cork
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