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IRELAND - beautiful country
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No. of pictures: 85 pictures
Published: 27.8.2000

Republic of Ireland is an European country which is not so much touched with modern covilization. The reason for this is a fact that Ireland was not rich country in past. Many interesting monuments and nature wealth were  preserved here.

You can have a look photos of this beautiful country of 2001.

Author of photos: Pavel Barták
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