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Explore Ireland from home with guided virtual tours. Discover Ireland's history, heritage, and folklore with friendly local guides. Visit ancient ruins, medieval castles, and monastic settlements from the comfort of your own home.
Trek Ireland™ guided virtual tours can help you;
☘️ Research your vacation to Ireland by exploring Ireland's iconic cultural sites from home
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☘️ Support a positive mental attitude with naturally calm and scenic guided virtual walking tours
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☘️ Motivate your exercise workouts by exploring Ireland on treadmill, cross-trainer, and bike from home
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Ballyallaban Ringfort, Ballyvaughan, County Clare
Ballyallaban ringfort consists of a raised circular earthen enclosure upon which a wooden palisade may have been erected to protect those living inside. Ringforts are the second most common archaeological field monument in Ireland, with approximately 60,000 examples existence. They were built by the farming community during the Early Christian Period between 500-1100 AD. They varied in size between 25 and 50 meters in diameter and the people were usually housed in wooden or stone huts within the enclosed farmstead.