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This is Wicklow

This is Wicklow
Celebrates the towns, the flora and fauna, the mountains, romantic lakes, rivers and waterfalls which combine to make Wicklow the 'Garden of Ireland'. This is Wicklow clearly shows why the county is one of Ireland's premier visitor destinations, vibrantly capturing the spirit, colour and diversity of all that is best.
Our Price: €19.99
ISBN/EAN9781848892033
Stock: 1
Publisher: The Collins Press
Pub. Date: April 11 2014
Author: DELAHUNTY, MICHAEL
Format: Hardback
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This compendium of photographs of Wicklow celebrates the towns, the flora and fauna, the mountains, romantic lakes, rivers and waterfalls which combine to make Wicklow the 'Garden of Ireland'. All aspects of living in and visiting Wicklow are encapsulated in over 200 photographs taken over a five-year period. This is Wicklow through and through, a unique and exciting place with many different sides to it. From Blessington in the northwest of the county to Arklow in the southeast, this photographic journey traverses the county, from the tranquillity of ancient monasteries to vibrant villages and towns. In addition, many of the activities available in the county are presented, including golf, canoeing, hillwalking, horse riding and fishing. Designed to satisfy visitors and locals alike, This is Wicklow clearly shows why the county is one of Ireland's premier visitor destinations, vibrantly capturing the spirit, colour and diversity of all that is best in Wicklow.
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