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S: Katherine Ramsey

FC: STUDY ABROAD | SUMMER2012 | BRITISH ISLES

1: IRELAND

2: 2012 | First Stop | Cliffs of Moher | a | O'Brien's Tower

3: James and Oscar Wilde | Exploring | Galway | Harvy's First real Irish Pub!

4: Aran Islands | we made it | Don Aengus Fort | Seven Churches

5: University of Ireland Accountable for 30% of Galway's population.

6: Dublin | Clon Macnoise Located on the River Shannon, the longest river in Ireland.

7: St. Patrick's Cathedral Dates back to 1220 | Trinity College Founded in 1952 Modeled of off Cambridge and Oxford

8: Áras an Uachtaráin, Irish president's residence | Liffey River flows through center of Dublin

9: St Stephen's Green One of most peaceful and beautiful places there. | Glendalough County Wicklow perfect end to Republic of Ireland

10: BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND | Signing the peace wall. This barrier is meant to separate Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland to keep the peace.

11: Parliament Building also known as Stormont

12: First day in Belfast, we got to visit the new Titanic Exhibit which was built to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of the ship. Such a surreal experience.

13: the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge 30 meters above the rocks and water

14: Giant's Causeway Formed from volcanic crashing and burning starting sixty million years ago. They say the Giant's Causeway was the stomping ground of giant Finn McCool.

15: Dunluce Castle Medieval Castle dating back to the 13th century

16: AHOY MATEY! First sighting of land. | EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND | Rape Fields

17: Elephant House The place of inspiration for JK Rowling's Harry Potter books. | Grayfriar's Bobby spent 14 years guarding his owner's grave once he died. When the dog itself died, he was buried next to his owner and this statue was erected in his honor.

18: St. Giles' Cathedral

19: Good nights out with great friends

20: St. Andrews

21: EDINBURGH CASTLE

22: View of Edinburgh from the top of the castle

23: Loch Ness and the Highlands

24: Sir Walter Scott Monument

25: Inverary Castle

26: WELCOME TO LONDON

27: Roehampton Uni

29: ...and sometimes bad. | First day out in Central London

30: The London Eye

31: London has so much history in this city it's overwhelming. From the Marble Arch (right) to Westminster Abbey (above), everything is absolutely breathtaking. | Countdown to the Olympics!

32: Stonehenge

33: Street Entertainers

34: Windsor Castle | Property of the United Kingdom's Royal Family. The Queen was there the day we visited. This was noted by the raised flag at the Castle.

35: Inside Windsor Castle

36: Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Diamond Jubilee our first weekend in London. This commemorates her 60th year on the throne. She is the second longest reigning Queen, next to Victoria.

37: Jubilee Festivities

38: Tower of London

39: View of the Tower Bridge from the Tower of London. One of my favorites!

40: a | bus rides

42: PARIS FOR THE DAY

44: Excitement in London

45: Celebrities | Tom Cruise | Andrew Garfield | Emma Stone

47: Final Goodbyes to London :(

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