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BALLYCARBERRY CASTLE

The ivy-covered ruins of Ballycarberry Castle overlooks Doulus Bay near the town of Cahersiveen on the Iveragh Peninsulai. Researchers say some form of residence was there in 1398, but this castle probably dates to 1569.

Dingle peninsula IRELAND The ivy-covered ruins of Ballycarberry Castle overlooks Doulus Bay near the town of Cahersiveen on the Iveragh Peninsulai. Researchers say some form of residence was there in 1398, but this castle probably dates to 1569. Times photo by: Robert N. Jenkins

End Bag, the new book from Bob Jenkins, collects his best stories from 19 years as travel editor. Available now on Amazon.com. View a sample at Smashwords.com. Read more about End Bag here.



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