Get your cameras ready as we take a tour around Ireland's most photogenic towns!
If you're in search of the "real" Ireland far away from the typical attractions, we highly recommend these places to check out!
Hidden beaches, small villages, and bustling towns -these are some of the most stunning spots in Ireland to brush up on your photography skills.
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Glengarriff in Co Cork (Ireland's Content Pool)
Kinsale, Co Cork (Ireland's Content Pool)
Owenahincha Beach in Rosscarbery, Co Cork (Ireland's Content Pool)
Portmagee, Co Kerry (Ireland's Content Pool)
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Carrick-On-Shannon, Co Leitrim (Ireland's Content Pool)
The Sundial in Blackrock, Co Louth (Ireland's Content Pool)
Beal an Mhuirthead (Belmullet), Mayo
Carne Golf Course in Belmullet, Co Mayo (Getty Images)
Ardmore, Co Waterford (Ireland's Content Pool)
Lismore Castle Gardens in Co Waterford (Ireland's Content Pool)
Ennis, Co Clare (Ireland's Content Pool)
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Cobh, Co Cork (Ireland's Content Pool)
Ross Castle in Killarney, Co Kerry (Ireland's Content Pool)
Kilkenny Castle in Co Kilkenny (Getty Images)
Westport Town Center in Co Mayo (Tourism Ireland)
Trim Castle in Co Meath (Ireland's Content Pool)
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Where do you think the most photogenic spot is in Ireland? Let us know in the comments!
*Originally published in 2014.
Where are you going to go? These photogenic towns will make your Irish vacation and unforgettable experience.Image: Getty Images