Jobs in Ireland often attract people from around the world. The countryside boasts beautiful scenery and a rich history and culture. You can start your tour of Ireland from just about any place you want. For our purposes, we will start in County Meath with Newgrange. This prehistoric monument dates back to around 3000 BCE. It is generally round in shape and goes up to a rounded dome of earth and stone. A single passageway goes through the middle of the structure and ends in a three chamber cruciform design. The sun shines down the passage only one day a year, on the winter solstice.
Our journey to Ireland continues to Cork to see Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone. This is a very popular destination for people from around the world. The Castle sits among the oldest in Ireland. It was once a fortress for the MacCarthys and the Lords of Muskerry. The Castle boasts walls that are over 5 meters thick and it was one of the strongest fortresses in the Munster region of Ireland. For those looking for jobs in Ireland, the Blarney Stone must be a destination. Legend says that those that kiss the Blarney stone will receive the gift of gab, or the ability to talk ones way out of anything.
A visit along the shores of Western Ireland must include a look at the Cliffs of Moher for people seeking jobs in Ireland. Located in County Clare, these natural wonders are a sight to see for anyone. They stand 120 meters above the ocean. When the air is clear, people can see as far as the hills and valleys of Connemara and out to the Aran Islands. It boasts a rich wildlife variety not found anywhere else in Ireland or even in the world. There is an award winning Visitor Experience that allows people to experience the bird’s eye view of the coast as well as explore the underwater caves that dot the base of the Cliffs.
Visitors, and those looking for jobs in Ireland, can travel to Northern Ireland to visit an ancient wonder called the Giant’s Causeway. Located in County Antrim, this unique configuration of basalt rocks legend says the Giant Fionn MacCumhaill threw down to reach his wife in Ireland. A visit to Ireland would not be complete without a visit to Powerscourt Gardens in County Wicklow. This unique garden provides visitors with a 17-hectare place to explore. It is boasts some of the finest gardens, terraces, and ornamental lakes in the British Isles.
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