Murrooughtoohy :: Shared Description

Murrooughtoohy or Muiriúch Tuaithe is an area between the sea and the R477 to the south of Black Head. It consists almost entirely of limestone pavement and being adjacent to the coast road is perhaps the most accessible of this geological phenomenon so typical of the Burren.
by Ian Capper

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M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy  by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper
M1410 : Murrooughtoohy by Ian Capper


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Created: Sat, 29 Nov 2014, Updated: Wed, 3 Dec 2014

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