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County Wicklow is part of the province of Leinster, in the Republic of Ireland. It is found just south of the Irish capitol, Dublin. It is often referred to as the 'Garden of Ireland', its main attractions being the Wicklow National Park, the Wicklow Mountains, Powerscourt Gardens, Waterfall and Town centre, Glendalough, Glen of the Downs, Glenmacnass and The Vale of Avoca. It is an area famous for its picturesque countryside walks and beautiful sandy beaches.
The county is home to some of the finest beaches in the country. Amongst them is Brittas Bay, a 5 kilometre white sand beach, the most popular beach for Dublin day-trippers in the country. It also has popular beaches in Bray and Greystones, both easily reachable from the capitol. Bray is County Wicklow's largest urban area.
Glendalough is a small town in the centre of Wicklow and the site of an old monastery established by St. Kevin in the 6th Century. Despite the Dissolution of the Monastries in the 16th century by Henry VIII, pilgrims continued to visit Glendalough. The area contains two magnificent lakes, forests walks, as well as the ruins of a number of the old monastery buildings thought to date back to between the 8th and 12th centuries. There is a magnificent 10th century Round tower in the middle of a graveyard. The countryside around Glendalough is dotted with stone crosses, thought to be part of the old pilgrimage path. There is an interpretive centre near the Lower Lake that recounts the fascinating history of the area.
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