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Clew Bay

Clew Bay (Irish Cuan Mó) is a large bay in County Mayo on the west coast of Ireland. The entrance to Clew bay is guarded by Clare island and has an island archipelago of over one hundred smaller islands in the inner bay. Clew bay is designated as an EU Special Area of Conservation for its outstanding island landscape habitats and two mammal species,the Otter and Common Seal. The bay is overlooked by Croagh Patrick, 764 metres (2510 ft), Ireland's holy mountain.

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Granuaile statue Westport House
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Westport House
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Bertra beach
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Clare Island, County Mayo
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Climbing Croagh Patrick
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Donkeys on Croagh Patrick
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Croagh Patrick Church
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