The steps leading to the Temple.
A view from Happy Valley towards the Temple steps.
Stepping stones in Happy Valley where the stream is crossed.
Looking north-east from a point near the stepping stones towards the Martello Tower steps.
A view back down the steps from near the Martello Tower.
The Martello Tower. Similar towers can be found across Ireland as well as further afield in England. They were built by the British War Office in eighteenth century as a defence against a Napoleonic invasion. This one is special as it is thought to be the first built in Ireland.
An example of an exotic tree in the Jungle.
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