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In the South of Dublin, Greystones (Na Clocha Liatha) and his Mediterranean vegetation

Situated at feet of mountains Wicklow, in a landscape of hills and lakes, Glendalough's site attracted the first Christian hermits.
Saint Kevin based a convent in the VI-th century, this one resista during 10 centuries to the invaders Vikings then Norman before being abandoned

St Saviour Saviour Priory

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In about twenty km from Dublin, at feet of Mountains Wicklow, Powerscourt is especially known for his gardens which go down in terraces towards a small lake. The house was unfortunately ravaged by a fire in 1974. Very beautiful iron grids decorate terraces.

The house of paladian style was built in 1740 by Richard Cassels

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