The Cliffs of Moher named Ireland’s most iconic landmark in a new survey.

The Co Clare site made it to the top of the list of "must see" attractions in Ireland in a poll conducted by hotel group Jurys Inn and Leonardo Hotels Ireland and UK, The Irish Post reports.

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In the survey of 2,000 people, the Cliffs of Moher came in first with a  67 percent score. The Giant’s Causeway in Co Antrim came in second on the list with 59 percent, while Newgrange in Co Meath landed in third place with a 58 percent rating.

The Giant's Causeway came in second on a survey of iconic Irish landmarks. Credit: Chris Hill

The Giant's Causeway came in second on a survey of iconic Irish landmarks. Credit: Chris Hill

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The Ring of Kerry (45 percent) and Kilmainham Gaol, in Dublin (38 percent) completed the top five.

The study also named the Spire on Dublin’s O’Connell Street as Ireland’s "oddest" landmark.

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The Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare.Getty Images