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See 179 photos from 2650 visitors about shannon and scenic views. "Take some time out to walk on the banks of the Shannon in Limerick city, from the. Adare Ireland, Limerick Ireland, Limerick City, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, Tourist Information, Australia, Study Abroad

Limerick Ireland

Limerick Ireland. Get information about travel to Limerick, including details on top attractions in the area, such as the lovely village of Adare.

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Photographs of Ireland in the 1930s: The past is a foreign country

An amazing collection of old colour photographs detailing Ireland in the 1930s.

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Webshots - Wallpaper / Screen Savers

Webshots, the best in Wallpaper, Desktop Backgrounds, and Screen Savers since 1995.

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The Treaty Stone (Limerick) - 2020 All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

Jun 13, 2019 - One of Limericks most famous landmarks. The Treaty Stone commemorates the Treaty of Limerick signed in 1691.The Treaty Stone in Limerick is situated on Clancys Strand, beside the river Shannon and...

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1844 – St Michael’s Church of Ireland, Limerick

Architect: James Pain / William Fogerty Prior to the construction of this fine Gothic church, there was an earlier Georgian church constructed with the development of Newtown Pery (the Georgian are…

Limerick Junction is an important railway station in South Tipperary, Ireland which was originally named "Tipperary Junction". Tipperary town is about two miles away to the south-east. Limerick Junction, with a cluster of pleasantly presented railway cottages and a pub, is a small hamlet. Because of its complex layout it has a special place in railway lore: it is the only remaining railway junction in Ireland where two lines cross at a near-90-degree angle. Limerick Ireland, Irish Sea, Republic Of Ireland, Surface Area, Atlantic Ocean, Archipelago, British Isles, Northern Ireland, Great Britain

Limerick Junction Railway Station

Limerick Junction is an important railway station in South Tipperary, Ireland which was originally named "Tipperary Junction". Tipperary town is about two miles away to the south-east. Limerick Junction, with a cluster of pleasantly presented railway cottages and a pub, is a small hamlet. Because of its complex layout it has a special place in railway lore: it is the only remaining railway junction in Ireland where two lines cross at a near-90-degree angle. One route is the Dublin-Cork main…

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Saint Mary's Cathedral, Limerick - Tripadvisor

Saint Mary's Cathedral, Limerick: See 408 reviews, articles, and 166 photos of Saint Mary's Cathedral, ranked No.15 on TripAdvisor among 115 attractions in Limerick.

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St. John's Cathedral, Limerick - Tripadvisor

St. John's Cathedral, Limerick: See 84 reviews, articles, and 17 photos of St. John's Cathedral, ranked No.18 on TripAdvisor among 116 attractions in Limerick.

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A SILVER VOICE FROM IRELAND

An Eclectic mix of items from a 'senior' blogger in Ireland looking at the past and keeping an eye on the present.

Aerial Views of Limerick city - See how Limerick had appeared from above now and in the decades gone by. Limerick Ireland, Limerick City, My Family History, Aerial View, Past, Irish, Irish People, Ireland, Irish Language

Aerial Views of Limerick city - See how Limerick looks from above

Aerial Views of Limerick city - See how Limerick had appeared from above now and in the decades gone by.

Posters of Ireland. We illustrate and print vintage and retro style travel posters of Dublin and the Irish landscape, many in the Art Deco style. Limerick Ireland, Limerick City, Poster Store, Irish Landscape, Europe, Vintage Travel Posters, British Isles, Willis Tower, Tourism

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THOMOND PARK

Thomond Park is the home of the world famous Munster Rugby Club.

The Treaty Stone, Thomond Bridge. Limerick City – 1691 Image by infomatique The Treaty of Limerick ended the Williamite war in Ireland between the Jacobites and the supporters of William of Orange. Limerick Ireland, Limerick City, The Siege, 3 October, Bridge, Stone, Georgian, Walks, Medieval

The Treaty Stone, Thomond Bridge. Limerick City – 1691

The Treaty of Limerick ended the Williamite war in Ireland between the Jacobites and the supporters of William of Orange. It concluded the Siege of Limerick. The treaty really consisted of two treaties which were signed on 3 October 1691. Reputedly they were signed on the Treaty Stone, an irregular block of limestone which once served as a mounting block for horses. This stone is now displayed on a pedestal in Limerick. Because of the treaty, Limerick is sometimes known as the Treaty City.

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