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Bunratty School House
Ireland

A antiga escola do Castelo Bunratty é uma recriação e restauração de uma tradicional escola rural do interior da Irlanda do século 19. Nesta sala de aula você poderá encontrar moveis originais do periodo e fazer uma incrível viagem ao passado.

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