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Quiz: How well do you know these famous Irish landmarks?

Test your knowledge.

Image: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

WE’RE ENTERING PHASE Two Plus on Monday.

This will mean that we can travel up to 20km outside of our homes, opening up a lot more of our surroundings than we could previously enjoy. 

But after all this time hunkered down in your home, we’re wondering how well you know some of the nation’s most idyllic and famous places.

We'll start off with an easy one. The Cliffs of Moher are in which county?
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Limerick
Galway

Clare
Kerry
What are we looking at here?
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The Rock of Cashel
King's Landing

Hibernia Castle
Hill of Tara
Which town would you be in if you were looking at this statue of Joe Dolan?
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Sligo
Longford

Mullingar
Athlone
On which Dublin street would you find this statue of James Joyce?
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Talbot Street
Wicklow Street

South Anne Street
North Earl Street
This one is a bit tricky - in which western town would you find this 'octagon'?
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Ballina
Westport

Ballinrobe
Castlebar
This famous castle stands in Killarney's National Park in Kerry. What is it called?
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Ross Castle
Healy's Castle

Ring Castle
Rae's Castle
What's this castle called?
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Blarney Castle
Tara Castle

Castle Greyskull
Helm's Deep
This is the entrance to which famous castle and grounds?
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Slane Castle
Trim Castle

Carrickfergus Castle
Kilkenny Castle
In Father Ted, the Holy Stone of Clonrichert was moved to Craggy Island from what Irish county as it wasn't doing good business?
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Cavan
Monaghan

Fermanagh
Carlow
And finally - what is this?
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Rathgeair
The Hill of Tara

Manufactured ringfort for movie Tristan and Iseult
Rock of Cashel
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