Clifden Castle is a ruined manor house west of the town of Clifden in the Connemara region of County Galway, Ireland. - John D'Arcy founded Clifden in 1812 and built his castle around the same time. Photo Credit

There once was a "beard tax" in England (and in Russia), those who payed the tax were given a token

Clifden Castle is a ruined manor house west of the town of Clifden in the Connemara region of County Galway, Ireland. - John D'Arcy founded Clifden in 1812 and built his castle around the same time.

Limerick - Abandoned: Haunting snapshots of a life once lived in rural Ireland

This is the latest series of snaps featuring an abandoned Irish property from photographer Donal Moloney.

Stone Cottage at Spanish Point by ~PonderStibbons on deviantART

This is a cottage on the way to Spanish Point, a small village on the Atlantic Coast. Stone Cottage at Spanish Point

Mrs Bantry's cottage

Thatched roof house in Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland (by Jean Collet)

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Irish Thatched Roof Cottages

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Rustic farm

The iconic abandoned farmhouse in the Irish countryside. When driving through Ireland, it seems that another picturesque old castle or monastery or farmhouse is just around the next bend.

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In this Irish Village there was an entire street of thatched Irish Cottages

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