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Larchill Arcadian Garden Kilcock, county Kildare | August 31st  The only surviving, near complete, Ferme Ornée’ or Ornamental Farm of its type in Europe.   Emulating Arcadia, a pastoral paradise was created to reflect Man’s harmony with the perfection of nature.   Enabling Man’s spirit to rejoice at the wonder of nature.  See www.larchill.ie for directions.  www.redcross.ie/opengardens

Larchill Arcadian Garden Kilcock, county Kildare | August 31st The only surviving, near complete, Ferme Ornée’ or Ornamental Farm of its type in Europe. Emulating Arcadia, a pastoral paradise was created to reflect Man’s harmony with the perfection of nature. Enabling Man’s spirit to rejoice at the wonder of nature. See www.larchill.ie for directions. www.redcross.ie/opengardens

Evicted Tenant Family, Circa 1880.    Evictions were routine in nineteenth century Ireland if tenants could not pay their rent. Very few owned their own land, and landlords often lived in England off the income from renting their estates.

Taylor Harwood Evicted Tenant Family, Circa Evictions were routine in nineteenth century Ireland if tenants could not pay their rent. Very few owned their own land, and landlords often lived in England off the income from renting their estates.

The Temple Bar Pub, Temple Bar, Dublin, County Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Eire)

The Temple Bar Pub, Temple Bar, Dublin, County Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Eire) Photographic Print by Sergio Pitamitz

Ballymascanlan, County Louth, Ireland

Ballymascanlan, County Louth, Ireland~this is where we believe my father's ancester's came from.a very tiny place!

Ruins of Castle Roche, County Louth, Ireland -- 'Ancient Paths,' by Gary McParland

Ruins of Castle Roche, County Louth, Ireland -- 'Ancient Paths,' by Gary McParland

St. Canices Cathedral, Kilkenny City Ireland by the Irish Image Collection

St. Canices Cathedral, Kilkenny City

Canices Cathedral, Kilkenny City Ireland by the Irish Image Collection

The Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede, the infamous Glens and Titanic: Belfast may be its beating heart, but County Antrim doesn’t stop at the city limits.

Inistioge Bridge, Inistioge, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Autumn in beautiful Ireland - Inistioge Bridge, County Kilkenny, Ireland (photo: Martin Kavanagh)

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