As seen from the churchyard in Drumcliffe where W.B. Yeats is buried.
We drove north along the coast to get closer.
Finally, a head on view from a little north of the head.
Probably the most famous landmark of Ireland, other than the Blarney Stone, immortalized by W.B. Yeats.
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