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Describes Dingle Skellig Ireland tourist attractions for visitors to the Dingle Skellig Hotel.

Describes Dingle Skellig Ireland tourist attractions for visitors to the Dingle Skellig Hotel.

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  • 1. Dingle Skellig Hotel Irish Culture www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 2. The Emerald Isles signature rollinggreen hills and meadows are a treat for travel-weary vacationers, www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 3. offering calming beauty andrefreshing hospitality like that found at the Dingle Skellig Hotel. www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 4. From ancient stone formations and thousand-year-old churches to modern shopping centers, www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 5. Irelands intriguing combination ofturbulent history and jubilantly jolly pubs offers something for every traveler. www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 6. One of the most fascinating thingsto see during a trip to Ireland are the stone circles, www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 7. monoliths and mounds dating back thousands of years. www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 8. Burial mounds, known as CourtCairns and Tumuli, can be found all over the countryside. www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 9. One such ruin in the SilverminesMountains has become exposed over time, www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 10. and the many stone chambersinside are now visible to tourists. www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 11. The most impressive stone circle is The Lios in Limerick, which dates back to 2000 BCE www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 12. and has a distinctly eerie atmosphere that is accentuated bythe areas abundant overgrowth and crooked trees. www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 13. This giant circle is 150 feet indiameter and it is attached to a long stone-lined path www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 14. that leads to two other smaller circles nearby. www.dingleskellighotel.com
  • 15. For more great tourist destinationsthat you won’t want to miss during your stay in Ireland, please visit http://dingleskellighotel.com www.dingleskellighotel.com