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Ireland's Beautiful Countryside Makes Us Green with Envy

St. Patrick's Day is upon us. Here are some facts about Ireland's lush landscapes you might not know.

By: Ashley McNertney

Photo By: Maureen OBrien

Photo By: Mieneke Andeweg-van Rijn

Photo By: e55evu

Photo By: Aurélien Pottier

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Old Fortress on a Hill in County Laois, Ireland

Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle because of its rolling hills and lush green landscapes.

Fanad Head Lighthouse

First lit on March 17, 1817, the lighthouse was designed by the civil engineer known as George Halpin.

Gap of Dunloe, County Kerry, Ireland

This narrow mountain pass is one of Kerry's most popular tourist destinations due to its scenery.

Diamond Hill, in the Heart of Connemara National Park

Diamond Hill is an isolated peak. It's beside the village of Letterfrack in Connemara National Park in Galway, Ireland.

The Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare are Ireland's most visited natural attraction

The Black Mountains

There's a field located on the Black Mountain, called 'Hatchet Field', because it is in the shape of an old-fashioned hatchet.

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