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Otter
Otter
  • Author: leppre Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-14 12:20:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'29"N - 7°30'57"W
  • An otter having a yawn or making faces at me at Inch Lake Co Donegal.
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Burt castle
Burt castle
  • Author: patrickcolhoun Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-02-11 09:53:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'10"N - 7°30'8"W
  • ruin of Burt castle ,burt county donegal. Dates from the 1560s
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Yellowhammer
Yellowhammer
  • Author: leppre Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-16 12:49:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°0'44"N - 7°30'43"W
  • A yellow hammer feeding off the ground in Inishowen Co Donegal.
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Burt castle
Burt castle
  • Author: patrickcolhoun Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-05 14:42:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'10"N - 7°30'8"W
  • Burt castle on a hilltop overlooking lough swilly,dates from 1560,burt county donegal
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Yellowhammer
Yellowhammer
  • Author: leppre Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-08 14:04:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°0'37"N - 7°30'57"W
  • A yellowhammer bird on branches .
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BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
  • Author: ZACERIN Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-10-24 13:01:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'10"N - 7°30'1"W
  • BURT CASTLE WAS BUILT AROUND 1560 – 1580 AND WOULD HAVE ORIGINALLY BEEN LOCATED ON AN ISLAND SURROUNDED BY MARSHLAND. THIS WAS JUST ONE OF A NETWORK OF CASTLES BUILT AROUND INISHOWEN BY THE O’DOHERTY CLAN. THE O’DOHERTY’S WERE CALLED THE ‘LORDS OF INISHOWEN’ AND UNDER THE PROCESS CALLED ‘SURRENDER AND REGRANT’ SEAN MOR O’DOCHARTAIGH BENT THE KNEE BEFORE KING HENRY VIII IN 1541 AND BECAME SIR JOHN O’DOHERTY. THIS BROUGHT THE CHIEFTAINS INTO THE ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM WITH THE DOWNSIDE THAT THE KING COULD TAKE BACK THE LAND AND GRANT IT TO HOWEVER HE CHOSE. THE CASTLE FELL IN AND OUT OF THE O’DOHERTY HANDS AND HAD VARIOUS OCCUPIERS INCLUDING BROTHERS RICHARD AND HENRY HOVENDEN WHO RESIDED HERE IN 1587 AND WERE COMMANDED TO RESIST THE SPANISH ARMADA. IT WAS LATER OCCUPIED BY SIR HENRY DOWCRA, AN ENGLISH SOLDIER WHO WAS SENT TO SUBDUE A REBELLION DURING THE 9 YEAR WAR (1594 – 1603). SIR CAHAIR O’DOHERTY TOOK UP RESIDENCE HERE IN 1601 AS HE HAD SIDED WITH DOWCRA, BECAME KNOWN AS ‘THE QUEEN’S O’DOHERTY’. O’DOHERTY HAD BEEN ON THE JURY THAT FOUND THE IRISH EARLS GUILTY OF TREASON BUT HE HIMSELF WAS ARRESTED FOR THE SAME REASON BY DOWCRA’S SUCCESSOR SIR GEORGE PAULET. HE WAS EVENTUALLY RELEASED ON £1000 BAIL AND THEN WENT ON CARRY OUT HIS REBELLION BY SACKING DERRY, STRABANE AND LIFFORD (KILLING PAULET IN THE PROCESS). THE CASTLE EVENTUALLY FELL INTO THE HANDS OF SIR ARTHUR CHICHESTER WHO QUELLED THE REBELLION. CHICHESTER WAS GRANTED O’DOHERTY’S 170,000 ACRES OF LAND AFTER O’DOHERTY WAS HUNG, DRAWN AND QUARTERTED! THE CASTLE HAD 3 STORIES, 2 CIRCULAR WATCH TOWERS, A SMALL VAULTED CHAMBER AND OPENINGS FOR MUSKETS. A MEDALLION DATED TO 1525 AND A COIN TO 1547 WAS FOUND NEAR THE CASTLE. IT WAS RECORDED THAT THE CASTLE WAS IN RUINS BY 1833 AND HAS SUFFERED FURTHER DAMAGE SINCE.
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BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
  • Author: ZACERIN Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-10-24 12:58:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'8"N - 7°30'6"W
  • BURT CASTLE WAS BUILT AROUND 1560 – 1580 AND WOULD HAVE ORIGINALLY BEEN LOCATED ON AN ISLAND SURROUNDED BY MARSHLAND. THIS WAS JUST ONE OF A NETWORK OF CASTLES BUILT AROUND INISHOWEN BY THE O’DOHERTY CLAN. THE O’DOHERTY’S WERE CALLED THE ‘LORDS OF INISHOWEN’ AND UNDER THE PROCESS CALLED ‘SURRENDER AND REGRANT’ SEAN MOR O’DOCHARTAIGH BENT THE KNEE BEFORE KING HENRY VIII IN 1541 AND BECAME SIR JOHN O’DOHERTY. THIS BROUGHT THE CHIEFTAINS INTO THE ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM WITH THE DOWNSIDE THAT THE KING COULD TAKE BACK THE LAND AND GRANT IT TO HOWEVER HE CHOSE. THE CASTLE FELL IN AND OUT OF THE O’DOHERTY HANDS AND HAD VARIOUS OCCUPIERS INCLUDING BROTHERS RICHARD AND HENRY HOVENDEN WHO RESIDED HERE IN 1587 AND WERE COMMANDED TO RESIST THE SPANISH ARMADA. IT WAS LATER OCCUPIED BY SIR HENRY DOWCRA, AN ENGLISH SOLDIER WHO WAS SENT TO SUBDUE A REBELLION DURING THE 9 YEAR WAR (1594 – 1603). SIR CAHAIR O’DOHERTY TOOK UP RESIDENCE HERE IN 1601 AS HE HAD SIDED WITH DOWCRA, BECAME KNOWN AS ‘THE QUEEN’S O’DOHERTY’. O’DOHERTY HAD BEEN ON THE JURY THAT FOUND THE IRISH EARLS GUILTY OF TREASON BUT HE HIMSELF WAS ARRESTED FOR THE SAME REASON BY DOWCRA’S SUCCESSOR SIR GEORGE PAULET. HE WAS EVENTUALLY RELEASED ON £1000 BAIL AND THEN WENT ON CARRY OUT HIS REBELLION BY SACKING DERRY, STRABANE AND LIFFORD (KILLING PAULET IN THE PROCESS). THE CASTLE EVENTUALLY FELL INTO THE HANDS OF SIR ARTHUR CHICHESTER WHO QUELLED THE REBELLION. CHICHESTER WAS GRANTED O’DOHERTY’S 170,000 ACRES OF LAND AFTER O’DOHERTY WAS HUNG, DRAWN AND QUARTERTED! THE CASTLE HAD 3 STORIES, 2 CIRCULAR WATCH TOWERS, A SMALL VAULTED CHAMBER AND OPENINGS FOR MUSKETS. A MEDALLION DATED TO 1525 AND A COIN TO 1547 WAS FOUND NEAR THE CASTLE. IT WAS RECORDED THAT THE CASTLE WAS IN RUINS BY 1833 AND HAS SUFFERED FURTHER DAMAGE SINCE.
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BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
  • Author: ZACERIN Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-10-24 12:58:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'8"N - 7°30'6"W
  • BURT CASTLE WAS BUILT AROUND 1560 – 1580 AND WOULD HAVE ORIGINALLY BEEN LOCATED ON AN ISLAND SURROUNDED BY MARSHLAND. THIS WAS JUST ONE OF A NETWORK OF CASTLES BUILT AROUND INISHOWEN BY THE O’DOHERTY CLAN. THE O’DOHERTY’S WERE CALLED THE ‘LORDS OF INISHOWEN’ AND UNDER THE PROCESS CALLED ‘SURRENDER AND REGRANT’ SEAN MOR O’DOCHARTAIGH BENT THE KNEE BEFORE KING HENRY VIII IN 1541 AND BECAME SIR JOHN O’DOHERTY. THIS BROUGHT THE CHIEFTAINS INTO THE ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM WITH THE DOWNSIDE THAT THE KING COULD TAKE BACK THE LAND AND GRANT IT TO HOWEVER HE CHOSE. THE CASTLE FELL IN AND OUT OF THE O’DOHERTY HANDS AND HAD VARIOUS OCCUPIERS INCLUDING BROTHERS RICHARD AND HENRY HOVENDEN WHO RESIDED HERE IN 1587 AND WERE COMMANDED TO RESIST THE SPANISH ARMADA. IT WAS LATER OCCUPIED BY SIR HENRY DOWCRA, AN ENGLISH SOLDIER WHO WAS SENT TO SUBDUE A REBELLION DURING THE 9 YEAR WAR (1594 – 1603). SIR CAHAIR O’DOHERTY TOOK UP RESIDENCE HERE IN 1601 AS HE HAD SIDED WITH DOWCRA, BECAME KNOWN AS ‘THE QUEEN’S O’DOHERTY’. O’DOHERTY HAD BEEN ON THE JURY THAT FOUND THE IRISH EARLS GUILTY OF TREASON BUT HE HIMSELF WAS ARRESTED FOR THE SAME REASON BY DOWCRA’S SUCCESSOR SIR GEORGE PAULET. HE WAS EVENTUALLY RELEASED ON £1000 BAIL AND THEN WENT ON CARRY OUT HIS REBELLION BY SACKING DERRY, STRABANE AND LIFFORD (KILLING PAULET IN THE PROCESS). THE CASTLE EVENTUALLY FELL INTO THE HANDS OF SIR ARTHUR CHICHESTER WHO QUELLED THE REBELLION. CHICHESTER WAS GRANTED O’DOHERTY’S 170,000 ACRES OF LAND AFTER O’DOHERTY WAS HUNG, DRAWN AND QUARTERTED! THE CASTLE HAD 3 STORIES, 2 CIRCULAR WATCH TOWERS, A SMALL VAULTED CHAMBER AND OPENINGS FOR MUSKETS. A MEDALLION DATED TO 1525 AND A COIN TO 1547 WAS FOUND NEAR THE CASTLE. IT WAS RECORDED THAT THE CASTLE WAS IN RUINS BY 1833 AND HAS SUFFERED FURTHER DAMAGE SINCE.
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BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
BURT CASTLE, CASTLE HILL, BURT, CO. DONEGAL, IRELAND.
  • Author: ZACERIN Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-10-24 12:58:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'9"N - 7°30'2"W
  • BURT CASTLE WAS BUILT AROUND 1560 – 1580 AND WOULD HAVE ORIGINALLY BEEN LOCATED ON AN ISLAND SURROUNDED BY MARSHLAND. THIS WAS JUST ONE OF A NETWORK OF CASTLES BUILT AROUND INISHOWEN BY THE O’DOHERTY CLAN. THE O’DOHERTY’S WERE CALLED THE ‘LORDS OF INISHOWEN’ AND UNDER THE PROCESS CALLED ‘SURRENDER AND REGRANT’ SEAN MOR O’DOCHARTAIGH BENT THE KNEE BEFORE KING HENRY VIII IN 1541 AND BECAME SIR JOHN O’DOHERTY. THIS BROUGHT THE CHIEFTAINS INTO THE ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM WITH THE DOWNSIDE THAT THE KING COULD TAKE BACK THE LAND AND GRANT IT TO HOWEVER HE CHOSE. THE CASTLE FELL IN AND OUT OF THE O’DOHERTY HANDS AND HAD VARIOUS OCCUPIERS INCLUDING BROTHERS RICHARD AND HENRY HOVENDEN WHO RESIDED HERE IN 1587 AND WERE COMMANDED TO RESIST THE SPANISH ARMADA. IT WAS LATER OCCUPIED BY SIR HENRY DOWCRA, AN ENGLISH SOLDIER WHO WAS SENT TO SUBDUE A REBELLION DURING THE 9 YEAR WAR (1594 – 1603). SIR CAHAIR O’DOHERTY TOOK UP RESIDENCE HERE IN 1601 AS HE HAD SIDED WITH DOWCRA, BECAME KNOWN AS ‘THE QUEEN’S O’DOHERTY’. O’DOHERTY HAD BEEN ON THE JURY THAT FOUND THE IRISH EARLS GUILTY OF TREASON BUT HE HIMSELF WAS ARRESTED FOR THE SAME REASON BY DOWCRA’S SUCCESSOR SIR GEORGE PAULET. HE WAS EVENTUALLY RELEASED ON £1000 BAIL AND THEN WENT ON CARRY OUT HIS REBELLION BY SACKING DERRY, STRABANE AND LIFFORD (KILLING PAULET IN THE PROCESS). THE CASTLE EVENTUALLY FELL INTO THE HANDS OF SIR ARTHUR CHICHESTER WHO QUELLED THE REBELLION. CHICHESTER WAS GRANTED O’DOHERTY’S 170,000 ACRES OF LAND AFTER O’DOHERTY WAS HUNG, DRAWN AND QUARTERTED! THE CASTLE HAD 3 STORIES, 2 CIRCULAR WATCH TOWERS, A SMALL VAULTED CHAMBER AND OPENINGS FOR MUSKETS. A MEDALLION DATED TO 1525 AND A COIN TO 1547 WAS FOUND NEAR THE CASTLE. IT WAS RECORDED THAT THE CASTLE WAS IN RUINS BY 1833 AND HAS SUFFERED FURTHER DAMAGE SINCE.
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Burt castle
Burt castle
  • Author: patrickcolhoun Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-11-21 14:56:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'11"N - 7°30'8"W
  • burt castle ruin,located on a hliltop at burt county donegal dates from around 1560.
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Mercedes Benz Vario 0 814
Mercedes Benz Vario 0 814
  • Author: JMG Vehicle Pics Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-03 10:49:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 54°59'53"N - 7°30'53"W
  • James Doherty of Churchill
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Mercedes Benz Vario 0 814
Mercedes Benz Vario 0 814
  • Author: JMG Vehicle Pics Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-29 12:26:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 54°59'53"N - 7°30'53"W
  • James Doherty of Churchill
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Mercedes Benz Vario 0 814
Mercedes Benz Vario 0 814
  • Author: JMG Vehicle Pics Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-29 12:26:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 54°59'53"N - 7°30'53"W
  • James Doherty of Churchill
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Irlande 372_17181602878_o_1
Irlande 372_17181602878_o_1
  • Author: Patrick Williot Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2004-06-14 15:55:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 54°59'34"N - 7°33'21"W
  • Fleurs Arbres Jardin Nature - Luminar 2018
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“The Stronghold of Inishowen” – Burt Castle
“The Stronghold of Inishowen” – Burt Castle
  • Author: Gareth Wray - 12 Million Views, Thank You Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-24 18:41:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 55°1'10"N - 7°30'3"W
  • Burt, Inishowen, County Donegal, Ireland Burt Castle is a true Irish gem, standing high & proud on a hilltop along Inishowen’s Wild Atlantic Way. Sadly many people nowadays pass by without visiting due to there being no actual road leading to it. Burt castle commands incredible views over Lough Swilly and you can easily imagine its strategic importance throughout the ages. Burt Castle was built between 1560-1580 by the O’Doherty clan. The O’Doherty’s were known the “Lords of Inishowen” for hundreds of years. The castle unfortunately fell in and out of the hands of the O’Doherty’s and had various occupiers over the ages until the Castle eventually fell into the hands of Sir Arthur Chichester. Chichester was granted Cahair O’Doherty 170,000 acres of land after O’Doherty was found guilty of treason & murder and was executed by means of being hung, drawn and quartered! The castle has been unoccupied since 1833 & sadly now lies in ruin, echoing its historically rich past, whilst eternally watching over our shores.... Hope you enjoy! Please Favourite & Follow to view my newest upcoming works, Thank you Facebook | Website | Instagram
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