Likely built sometime between the 7th and 12th century AD, the Gallarus Oratory is an early Christian church built on the Dingle Peninsula, one of Ireland’s most ancient and revered locations. It’s a place of magic, mystery and one where the unknowns of the world swirl.
The Poulnabrone Dolmen is an ancient portal tomb in the Burren region of County Clare. It’s estimated to date from between 4,200 BCE and 2,900 BCE. It remains one of Ireland’s most photographed sites and for good reason. It’s a stunning place to reflect on human history. For more Traveling with Krushworth videos, visit me … More Poulnabrone Dolmen, Ireland – Travel Guide Photography
Dunguaire Castle is a tower house built in the 16th century. This is a beautiful castle in County Galway outside Galway City. It’s a haunting place, and strikingly different during high tide, as seen by the pictured reflection. Visit me on YouTube at Traveling with Krushworth for more travel vlogs. Please like my video and subscribe … More Dunguaire Castle, County Galway, Ireland – Travel Guide
Travel with me as your tour guide to the Newgrange Passage Tomb. It’s a sight that will remain with me for the rest of my life. A feeling of wanderlust awaits travellers as they visit the Neolithic passage tomb at Newgrange. It’s a site that is 5,000 years old, 500 years older than the pyramids … More Newgrange Tomb, Ireland | Ancient Near East History | Photo a Day
Skellig Michael, Ireland is one of the most incredible destinations I have ever seen in my whole life. Pictured above is the stone-on-stone Skellig Michael monastery built by the ascetic monks in the 6th century AD. All travelers take a boat trip to Skellig Michael across oceans that may be rough. A mysterious adventure awaits … More Skellig Michael, Ireland | Skellig Michael Boat Trip | Photo a Day