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Duncannon Ireland

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A storm front approaches the village of Duncannon in County Wexford, Ireland.  This was a pleasant little holiday town that we found to be a perfect "home base" while on our vacation adventure along the east coast of the Emerald Isle.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Ireland


A: Duncannon Beach View

di Volker Uhl, 300 metri di distanza

Duncannon Beach View

B: Tintern Trails

di Volker Uhl, 6.6 km di distanza

Tintern Trails

C: Tintern Abbey

di Volker Uhl, 6.8 km di distanza

Tintern Abbey

D: Tintern Abbey Bridge

di Volker Uhl, 6.9 km di distanza

Tintern Abbey Bridge

E: Dunmore East fishermen's harbour, county Waterford, Ireland

di Guillem Alemany, 9.0 km di distanza

An important fishermen's harbour placed in the atlantic coast at the SE of Ireland, the village has o...

Dunmore East fishermen's harbour, county Waterford, Ireland

F: Slade Castle - Ireland

di Rubens Cardia, 9.7 km di distanza

The Slade Castle is a well preserved ruins of a late fifteenth castle with a tower and two-storey hal...

Slade Castle - Ireland

G: Hook Head Lighthouse - Ireland

di Rubens Cardia, 10.5 km di distanza

The Hook Lighthouse was built at the tip of Hook Head Peninsula in County Wexford in Ireland. It is t...

Hook Head Lighthouse - Ireland

H: Hook Head lighthouse Boat

di Mariusz Kalinowski, 10.7 km di distanza

Hook Head lighthouse Boat

I: Hook Head LIghthouse MK

di Mariusz Kalinowski, 10.7 km di distanza

Hook Head LIghthouse MK

J: Lighthouse Hook Head MK

di Mariusz Kalinowski, 10.7 km di distanza

Lighthouse Hook Head MK

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Text by Steve Smith.

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