5 Famous Landmarks in Ireland

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From cathedrals and castles to historically significant sites and striking landscapes, The Emerald Isle is home to many famous landmarks.

Dubbed as one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, you’ll be captivated by war-torn structures, sheer cliffs, ancient tombs, and wild islands.


Cliffs of Moher

Located in County Clare and hugging the Wild Atlantic Way, these sheer, cascading sea cliffs are over 320 million years old.


Giant’s Causeway

It’s famous for its odd-looking hexagonal rock columns. There are approximately 40,000 of these basalt columns along 6 kilometres of the Antrim plateau, resulting from an ancient volcanic fissure eruption.


The Titanic Quarter

Situated in the heart of Belfast, the Titanic Quarter is home to where the notorious Titanic ship was first created. Today, it houses a state-of-the-art Titanic-themed museum to pay tribute to the world-famous cruise liner.

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, also known as the National Cathedral of Ireland, is steeped in over 800 years of Irish history. It’s a historical and religious site that is one of the most famous landmarks in Dublin.


Blarney Stone

The medieval castle was constructed in 1446 by Dermot McCarthy, King of Munster.

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