Photos from Tipperary
The county was named after the town of Tipperary (Irish: Tiobraid Įrann). In Irish, 'Tiobraid Įrann' means 'The Well of the Arra' - a reference to the river which flows through the town. One of the most impressive sights of the county is the Rock of Cashel (Irish: Caiseal, meaning 'stone ringfort').
Cottage near Lough Derg
The rock of Cashel
The rock of Cashel - crosses in the graveyard
Hore Abbey -right- and the Rock of Cashel -left-