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The Burren is a region of County Clare, Ireland, made up of a huge bare limestone sheets.
Its name is derived from the Irish term "An Boireann" meaning "The Rocky Place."
During Cromwell's campaigns in Ireland one of his generals said of the Burren "There isn't tree to hang a man, water to drown a man nor soil to bury a man".
Some of the oldest historical monuments in Ireland can be found in this area, dating back 5,000 years to when the Great Pyramids were still under construction.
Burren Landscape Burren Reflections Spring Gentian
Blackthorn Bush Sunset Watchers Black Head Lighthouse
Mutton Island Burren Bush Flooded Blackthorn
Burren Reflections Burren Reflections 2 Burren Reflections 3
Christmas Eve Flooded Fields Flooded Fields
A Road Runs Through it Flooded Fields Mother & Son
Donkey Foal Flooded Fields Submerged Rock
Flooded Fields Flooded Fields