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Bloody Foreland, County Donegal, Ulster, Ireland photo
Bloody Foreland, County Donegal, Ulster

Bloody Foreland, a broad headland at the northwest corner of Ireland, between Ballyness Bay to the north and Gweedore to the south, is named from the reddish hue of the rocky coast at sunset.

It is one of the few parts of Ireland where Irish is still the predominant spoken language.



SOURCE: Nutan, courtesy of Tourism Ireland



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