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- Historic Sites
- Architectural/Man-made Landmarks
- Religious Sites
- National Parks
- Natural Sites
- Other Items of Interest
Ireland Points of Interest
A listing of major sites worth visiting in Ireland
Highlights of This Profile
Wondering what to see or do on your trip to Ireland? You'll have it in your hands with this listing of cultural, historic, religious, natural, and man-made attractions in the country. This helpful resource points the way in finding items of interest to your Irish itinerary or agenda.
Relieve business or travel stress by enjoying the sites of Ireland and add to your knowledge bank by learning about the culture, values, and heritage unique to the country. One-of-a-kind cultural gems will add color to your travel time and leave you with distinctive memories.
Whether a famous UNESCO world heritage site, a biosphere reserve, local or national park, museum, or a popular Irish amusement park, you'll find what's of interest for your trip or sojourn in Ireland. Seeing noteworthy attractions will give you a connecting point and plenty to talk about with Irish locals, colleagues, and family, or the folks at home.
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This report can benefit tourists, travel planners; tour organizers; exchange groups; business professionals, government officials, diplomats; public relations, marketing, advertising, and media specialists; trade professionals; educational institutions; students; religious organizations; missionaries; non-profit groups; non-governmental organizations (NGOs); overseas aid organizations; and anyone interested in seeing the sites of Ireland.
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