October 5, A drive around the Dingle Peninsula.
Our first stop on the drive was at an ‘oddball’ Celtic and Prehistoric Museum — I loved it!
Jet beads with bracelet.A couple of early Venus figurines with amber necklaces.
Bronze and brass jewelry from Ireland in 1200 BC.Cave bear skeleton.Fossils.
An old hand-coloured postcard of the harbour in Dingle, Kerry.From here we carried on and stopped at the prehistoric Dunbeg Fort and the tragic Famine Houses; then it was onto the West Kerry Brewpub and some stunning scenery.
Very interesting relics. I love seeing the bones and fossils from ancient animals.
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Never heard of this museum. Thank you for sharing. On the list for another trip for sure. Cheers.
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