Ireland - a celebration. And not just because of the ineffable beauty of bays, inlets, islands, valleys and cliffs. It is also the country's unique history, culture and mythology. Here from all breathes freedom, and each castle, marshes, mills and a path has its own mystery and legend, which awed whisper passed on from generation to generation.
The nature of the "Emerald Isle" is created for lovers of solitude. The harsh climate, even in summer when the cold winds blow, lonely cliffs, wild expanses of counties and rebellious waves of the Atlantic did not attract crowds of beach tourists.
However, wishing to relax to the fullest also not be disappointed - for them to always open the doors of Dublin's famous pubs, in which, perhaps, can go missing.
Rock of Cashel - the ancient residence of the kings of Ireland for several hundred years before the Norman invasion.
Rope Bridge Carrick-a-Rede.
Rainbow near the Cliffs of Moher on the Atlantic coast.
Themselves Cliffs of Moher.
Medieval Ashford Castle on the shores of Lough Corrib and the River Cong.
View of the coast.
Giant's Causeway - a unique coastal area with 40,000 interconnected basalt columns, formed as a result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
Reservoir in Wicklow.
Northern Lights over the ruins of a medieval castle Dunluce.
The sky above the hills.
A typical summer in Ireland.
The rise in Dingle.
Night view of Dublin.
Pier in the town of Wicklow.
Glanuert Bridge, County Cork.
Ring of Beara, County Cork.
Ben Mount Balbi in County Sligo.
Lighthouse on the coast of Loch Swilly.