Bridge across the Slaney

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This bridge crosses the River Slaney before it reaches the sea. The round tower on the left bank is in the Irish Heritage Park which traces the story of human settlement in Ireland from the Mesolithic period right up to the Norman Invasion in 1169. On the right bank is the Ferrycarrig Tower House built in the fifteenth century.

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This bridge crosses the River Slaney before it reaches the sea. The round tower on the left bank is in the Irish Heritage Park which traces the story of human settlement in Ireland from the Mesolithic period right up to the Norman Invasion in 1169. On the right bank is the Ferrycarrig Tower House built in the fifteenth century.

Ireland is separated from Great Britain to its east by the Irish Sea, and to the West by the Atlantic. From the Giants Causeway in the North, along the Wild Atlantic Way in the West and South to the sunny South East, you will find a beautiful, rugged landscape just waiting to be photographed.

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Size

Small 12 x 8in (30.48 x 20.32cm), Medium 18 x 12in (45.72 x 30.48cm), Large 24 x 16in (60.96 x 40.64cm), Extra Large 36 x 24in (91.44 x 60.96cm)

Print Type

Art Print, Framed Art Print, Diabond Tray

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