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Green meadows, a 140 metres high waterfall, breath-taking landscapes, mountain paths, rivulets and lakes make the Gleninchaquin park an attraction for local people and tourists from Ireland and abroad, photo taken May 30, 2013. Gleninchaquin is an award-winning family owned park and farm in County Kerry. It is a long narrow coombe valley on the north West side of Beara Peninsula, formed by glaciation about 70,000 years ago and changed little since. Photo: Frank Baumgart

Green meadows, a 140 metres high waterfall, breath-taking landscapes, mountain paths, rivulets and lakes make the Gleninchaquin park an attraction for local people and tourists from Ireland and abroad, photo taken May 30, 2013. Gleninchaquin is an award-winning family owned park and farm in County Kerry. It is a long narrow coombe valley on the north West side of Beara Peninsula, formed by glaciation about 70,000 years ago and changed little since. Photo: Frank Baumgart Stock Photo
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4288 x 2848 px | 36.3 x 24.1 cm | 14.3 x 9.5 inches | 300dpi

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30 May 2013

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