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16 glorious photos that prove spring has finally sprung in Ireland

Winter is over!

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THE DARK, DREARY days of winter and snow are finally behind us, right? We need to believe that spring has officially begun.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best springtime photos from around the country.

1. The first shoots of spring in the National Botanic Gardens.

Springs in the air

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2. Spring lambs in Donegal! Now there’s a sight for sore eyes.

3. Grand stretch altogether.

4. Powerscourt Estate is beginning to brighten up.

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5. This lad strolling around Benbulben.

6. St. Stephen’s Green comes into its own at this time of year.

7. A fresh day at Fanore Beach in Co. Clare.

#parasurfing #fanorebeach #ireland #eire🍀 #damixadventure

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8. An evening scene in Phoenix Park.

Sunset Obsession 🌅

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9. The gorgeous tranquility of Mount Usher.

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10. The sun peaking out behind some trees in Gort na Choirce, Co. Donegal

It hasn't rained in several hours. Are we even in #Donegal? #grandstretch

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11. The breathtaking view from the Waterford Greenway.

12. There’s UCC looking pretty as a postcard.

pretty much the exact same post, one year later 🌼 this tree is still giving me life!

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13. A springtime dip in The Forty Foot.

14. Signs of life outside Kilkenny Castle.

15. Swanning around in Portobello

Sunshine 🌞 #wonderfulday

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16. Rejoice, everybody. Spring is finally here.

Some cattle #wexford #ireland

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