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Tag Archives: Co. Kildare
As Promised i made an action in CS6 to replicate an Instagram filter on these shots. Out of all the sites I have visited over the course of the last year or so, these ruins must be the most hideous … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged Actionworth, Co. Kildare, CS6, Earl of Stafford, Instagram, Jigginstown, Lord Deputy of Ireland, naas, ruins, Sigginstown, Thomas Went Leave a comment
The final part of our visit to the National Stud was the Japanese Gardens, renowned throughout the world and the finest of their kind in Europe. The gardens were devised by Colonel William Hall Walker, a wealthy Scotsman from a famous brewing family, and … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Landscape, Nature, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged 1906, Co. Kildare, Culture, Heritage, History, Japanese Gardens, National Stud, Photography, Tassa Eida, Tully 4 Comments
St. Fiachra’s Garden
As Previously mentioned another area within the Nation stud which is worth a visit is the St. Fiachra gardens. In 1999 the Irish National Stud created a commemorative garden to St Fiachra to celebrate the Millennium. It was designed by Professor Martin Hallinan, … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Landscape, Nature, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged award-winning, Co. Kildare, Curragh, ducks, Gardiners, lakes, landscape architect, Mary McAleese, Millenium, Monastic, National Stud, natural spring, Patron Saint, President of Ireland, Professor Martin Hallinan, swans, Tully, waterfalls Leave a comment
Irish National Stud
So last week-end I had the chance to head down to the National stud with the two little ones. The stud which is located in Tully, Co. Kildare is also home to the renowned Japanese Gardens, Horse Museum, St. Fiachra’s … Continue reading
Posted in Animals, Historical, Nature, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged 1900, 1945, 958 acres, Black Abbey, bloodstock, breeding, Co. Kildare, Colonel William Hill-Walker, Family Day, Farm, Horse Museum, Irish National Stud, Irish National Stud Co. Ltd, James Fay, Japanese Gardens, Places to go, St. Fiachra, Thoroughbred, Tourism, Tully 5 Comments
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