Blarney, County Cork
Blarney is a village in the south of Ireland, located 8km north-west of Cork. Blarney village is a major tourist attraction in this County. Famous for its castle and its stone, it attracts many people who want to discover legends and others who want to visit the "Blarney Woollen Mills" shopping centre.
Blarney has several attractions of interest such as golf, traditional pubs, restaurants and, of course, Blarney Castle. Even if the hill is a little steep to reach Blarney Castle, the sight is so beautiful that it is well worth the effort. Built in 1446, Blarney Castle is one of oldest and most historical in Ireland. Its walls are more than 5 metres thick in some places, which made it an invincible fortress. The legend has it that after having kissed the Blarney stone you will have the gift of eternal conversation!
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