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    A common scene in Ireland: Sheep hit the road on the way back to their farm in County Mayo

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    Many traditional Irish farm houses were thatched cottages, which had roofs made of straw to keep rain out of the house

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    An early 19th century Irish farmhouse

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    An Irish hill farm in Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

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    Stone wall enclosures can be found all over the Aran Islands in Ireland. These were used to separate land and keep in cattle and sheep

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    Farms even lie along Ireland's west coast. This farm is on the shores of County Kerry

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