West coast Of Ireland
Dun Aengus on Aran Island Dun Aengus. Aengus was son of Umhor (Iuvor), the SE England Belgic king, related to Gann (Commius), who led his sons and followers in alliance with the descendants of Gann in the Celtic invasion of the West of Ireland. They erercted their invasion beachhead forts up along the Clare, Galway and Mayo coast, Aran and Achill Islands.
The Monk's Staircase on Skellig Michael. The stairs lead to a hermitage founded in the 6th century by early Christian monks. The islands are about 15 miles off the southwest tip of Co. Kerry, Ireland in St. Finan's Bay. Skellig Michael is now a Unesco World Heritage Site. Skellig Islands, Co. Kerry - This is on the list!
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Located a few miles west of Galway in Western Ireland, this small group of three limestone islands has seemingly stood still against the current throughout the centuries, and by looking at it you’d could be fooled into thinking it’s actually a movie set depicting 1800s rural Ireland.