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Belleek, County Fermanagh  Looking northwards from the head of the street. To the right is the Church of Ireland and in the background is the RC Church.

Belleek, County Fermanagh Looking northwards from the head of the street. To the right is the Church of Ireland and in the background is the RC Church.

Claregalway Friary, Co. Galway, Ireland

The ruins of Claregalway Abbey, Co. This Franciscan Friary was founded in the early century, probably by John De Cogan who was a Anglo-Norman lord.

Ireland

Wee marina near tearoom which serves proper Irish food

Doagh Famine Village, Doagh Island, Inishowen, Co. Donegal, Ireland.

Doagh Famine Village, Doagh Island, Inishowen, Co. Museum documenting the Irish Famine from We visited this village last October when it was decorated for Halloween. This picture must have been taken in the summer

Belleek Stoneware at Belleek Pottery Visitor's Centre. Ireland travel tips.

Belleek Pottery and Stoneware

The beginnings of Belleek Pottery were much different than the fanciful designs popular today. These dishes, on display at the Belleek Pottery Visitor’s Centre in Belleek, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, are the early works of earthen and stoneware.

The Gaeltacht The Gaeltacht is the area in Donegal where, many claim, one of the purest forms of the Irish Language has survived and ...

The Donegal Gaeltacht and Donegal Islands - The Gaeltacht is the area in Donegal where, many claim, one of the purest forms of the Irish Language has survived and where the traditions of Irish song, dance and folklore prevail.

Belleek,village   parish in Fermanagh,N Ireland.Part in Fermanagh,part crosses the border into Donegal,part of Ulster that in the Republic of Ireland.Belleek the western-most village in the UK.Population 836 in 2001 Census situated in Fermanagh Dist Council area.Belleek a market town with a variety of pubs,shops restaurants hotel.Most famous for china produced at Belleek Pottery,oldest in Ireland.Valued by collectors all over the world.Angling  otheractivities.Llinked to the Shannon by…

Belleek,village parish in Fermanagh, N Ireland (crosses over into Eire)

Furnaces for firing China with a worker in the foreground, Belleek Potteries

Bellek Pottery in County Fermanagh, is Ireland’s oldest surviving pottery.Furnaces for firing China with a worker in the foreground, Belleek Potteries.

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