View from Above- Ireland

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  • Published on Jan 14, 2016
  • Welcome to the View from Above! A series where we take you on a Journey to some of the most beautiful places on earth!
    In this episode we venture into the ancient, cold, wet, green and oddly cheery country of Ireland. Visit ancient monoliths, old churches, castles and modern cities. Sip traditional beers and whiskeys or get stuck in at one of Ireland’s many festivals. Ireland is shot using our top-end DJI unmanned aerial camera drones , giving you some of the most unique perspectives of this amazing country.
    Ireland has an ancient history. The first people on the island, arriving at some point in the Stone Age, were gradually replaced by a fiery culture of Celts around 1000BC. The Celts crafted beautiful monuments, with a unique architecture that was further modified by the influence of Roman expansion. Celtic kings and their subjects were also easily converted to Christianity by the first Christian missionaries, which is why Ireland is so well adorned with ancient churches. Ireland suffered regular invasion by the Normans and English before the King of England announced his annexation of the land. However, even after the union with England, relations with the Kingdom remained frigid, and were further antagonised by religious differences. After a partition of the state in the 20th century, and much civil violence, Ireland has reached a state of peace, and is now a wonderful destination for tourists from around the world.
    Most visitors’ first stopover while traveling Ireland will be beautiful Dublin. Hidden behind the old and mossy exterior is a wonderfully modern city with upmarket shopping and traditional pubs from which to sip on dark and heart-warming pints. Make sure to take a stroll in St. Stephen’s Green after visiting the mournful Kilmainham Gaol prison complex. Then, to cap it all, hit the streets for a pub-and-club crawl.
    Make sure you trip to Count Kerry in the country’s South West. Kerry is a beautiful and hilly corner of Ireland, a truly ancient land, where visitors can wonder around ancient castles like Killaha where Celtic kings used to roam.
    Natural monuments, like the cold, dark lakes of Cloon Lough and Lough Acloose are easily admired, and just as easily fished. When you’re all fished up head to Bridia Valley for some classic Irish country hiking, or head to the remote Valentia Island for a taste of good-old rural Irish living.
    Cork County also has its share of ancient castles. Just take a look at Three Castle Head to find out why. In fact, Cork is riddled with castles. Cork was also the last bit of Europe that emigrants would see on the way to the New World during the colonial era. The Mizen Head, and its lighthouse, was a particular spot that would stay in many Irish expats’ memories. On the top end of Ireland, in Count Donegal, lies Fanad Head, which also houses a lighthouse, but sees a lot less traffic. The northern county has many beautiful natural landmarks, like Murder Hole Beach and the Great Pollet Arch.
    Don’t visit Ireland without stopping off in the town of Galway. Galway looks onto the Atlantic Ocean, and every car enthusiast needs to drive along the Wild Atlantic Way. Galway is also home to Connemara National Park where one can grasp the full beauty of the Irish wild. When in town take the time to go and watch a traditional Irish dancing show, and a walk along Quay Street.
    Ireland is a beautiful country, both green and ferociously wild at times, but always comforting and heart-warming. A friendly people and a deep history are firmly fixed within the gorgeous natural landscape, begging the lurking visitor to come and visit this amazing land.
    View from Above could not have made these astonishing videos without the help of the DJI unmanned recreational drones. Witness these marvellous feats of modern technology on the website: www.dji.com/
    Can we please have standing ovations for the gallant little drone, the DJI Phantom 3: www.dji.com/product/phantom-3
    And a courteous bow to the valiant and impressive DJI Inspire UAV: www.dji.com/product/inspire-1
    This amazing video was shot and edited by:
    Peter Cox www.petercox.ie
    Be sure to check out the other amazing destinations in the View from Above series such as:
    Panama
    Sydney
    Seattle
    Dubai
    Rio
    Sri Lanka
    New Zealand
    Poland
    Japan
    Germany
    Norway
    Netherlands
    Seychelles
    Italy
    Greece
    Vietnam
    Maldives

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  • Veerthdaywall Official
    Veerthdaywall Official 2 months ago

    Holla, this is amazing video! I wanna make birthday video for my Irish friend. Can I share this video and put inside my video too? Please let me know! Thank you :)

  • Dario Games
    Dario Games 2 months ago

    1.23 is jacks caastle

  • Whiskey Rose
    Whiskey Rose 3 months ago

    Beautiful place, thanks Emirates for sharing

  • Truth Hunter
    Truth Hunter 3 months ago

    Mystical, Beautiful Ireland, my home - exquisite video

  • Aracely Dass
    Aracely Dass 3 months ago

    Really beautiful 🇮🇪 great video

  • Nadia Na
    Nadia Na 4 months ago

    لا إله إلا الله عدد تسبيح الملائكة وجميع خلقك إلى يوم الدين والحمد لله رب العالمين

  • Çiğdem Sarıözlü
    Çiğdem Sarıözlü 4 months ago

    Amazing ❤, I want to visit

  • Michael Halligan
    Michael Halligan 6 months ago

    The wonderful music of O Carolin.

  • Cattington
    Cattington 7 months ago +1

    Ireland is just like the rest of Europe, nothing to offer but migrants

    • Kilian Dunbar
      Kilian Dunbar 6 months ago

      Typical edgy good for nothing prick hiding behind a computer screen, travel the length and width of this nation and you will find nothing but nice people who are good craic and beautiful scenery

  • Ivars Matisons
    Ivars Matisons 7 months ago +1

    👍

  • Yen Hoa Do
    Yen Hoa Do 8 months ago

    Hope that one day i will be there

  • Michael Halligan
    Michael Halligan 8 months ago

    Beautiful mystical Ireland, when I hear O Carolins music it brings tears to my eyes, thinking of how much of our culture we lost due to the brutality of the English and the Scots.

  • فڑۓالل فےفي
    فڑۓالل فےفي 10 months ago

    If only I had money to travel to such a beautiful country ♥

  • Sarah Mae de Castro

    someday I want to go in Ireland..

  • DOMINIK KRENCZER
    DOMINIK KRENCZER Year ago +2

    Ireland is most beautiful country😍

  • Alice O’Connell
    Alice O’Connell Year ago +1

    I live here woot woot

  • Minh Dao
    Minh Dao Year ago

    Great

  • Let's Suicide
    Let's Suicide Year ago

    i want to meet nogla and terroriser

  • Sokami Mashibe
    Sokami Mashibe Year ago

    Too long don't watch: Ireland looks awesome!

  • Shahzad Fayyaz
    Shahzad Fayyaz Year ago +1

    wonderful country views I like Ireland

  • Endrigo Maturro
    Endrigo Maturro Year ago +2

    Best people are irish IMO.

  • sufyan Ali
    sufyan Ali Year ago +7

    Ma sha allah good country irland i miss you irland

    • Rob Smith
      Rob Smith Year ago

      Beautiful words from you kind sir

  • sanam parveen
    sanam parveen Year ago

    Thats amazing

  • VMA225
    VMA225 Year ago

    Brilliant !!!

  • Senthil velan
    Senthil velan Year ago +2

    My Dream Country...one I'll come

  • Shian De León
    Shian De León Year ago +6

    Ireland is the most breathtaking country to me, the people are beautiful, the Irish culture from what I can tell is amazing. I love my America but i Just might pack my bags for an Irish university instead ! 😭

  • Claudia Vlahović

    ❤️

  • Lucrezia Carminati

    Ireland is so beautiful. May you tell me the name of the song and the music composer? Thank you

    • Michael Halligan
      Michael Halligan 8 months ago

      Lucrezia Caminati... The music is nearly 400 years old. Written by the harpist O Carolin, he composed the music mainly for the last of the Irish Aristocracy. At that time Irish culture was being destroyed by the English and the Scottish.

  • lorry geewhizzbang
    lorry geewhizzbang Year ago +3

    Is it possible for your heart to shatter with home sickness..😰

  • Mạnh Phụng
    Mạnh Phụng 2 years ago +1

    👍

  • Evgeniya Shelest
    Evgeniya Shelest 2 years ago +4

    Counrty of a dream

  • Evgeniya Shelest
    Evgeniya Shelest 2 years ago

    So great view

  • Tony Biswas
    Tony Biswas 2 years ago

    lovely music, where can I get it or download it?

    • Michael Halligan
      Michael Halligan 6 months ago

      Tony..
      Music by Turlough O Carolin he wrote this in the circa 1760. Most of his music was written for the harp, his music like everything in Ireland has a mystical quality.☘️🎼🎼

  • alina_ li14
    alina_ li14 2 years ago

    So amazing? Which places did they show exactly ?

  • KHAN 又 Gaming
    KHAN 又 Gaming 2 years ago +1

    Nice background theme how can I get it

  • Roberta Gallant
    Roberta Gallant 2 years ago +6

    Ireland is such a gorgeous European country to visit. I love it!

  • Sligo 1978
    Sligo 1978 2 years ago +2

    Ireland TE AMO!

  • zoe di
    zoe di 2 years ago +2

    Majestic!

  • Korean Peninsula
    Korean Peninsula 2 years ago +2

    Nice.

  • mickbrod1
    mickbrod1 2 years ago

    as a young boy I had to immigrate from mayo in 1959 I was too busy earning an unbuttered crust l.o.l. to enjoy Ireland but now thanks to you I can.a great video great shot at 2m 04 s froze it to realy enjoy it thank you.

  • kity kite
    kity kite 2 years ago

    I love it the beautiful ancient fortress I will go there

    • Michael Halligan
      Michael Halligan 2 years ago

      HiHiHaHa The fort is called Dun Angus, it is over 3000 years old, half of it has fallen into the Atlantic.

  • Saneman
    Saneman 2 years ago +1

    Mary Boyle was a victim of a child sex ring involving Gardai, Politicians, and local businessmen.
    Her uncle Gerry Gallagher was the facilitator and it was he that handed little Mary over to the ring to be raped and sexually abused.
    Mary's father knew of the abuse but Mary's mother warned him not to speak because she was getting screwed by one of the men abusing her daughter, the father however could not remain silent forever and was murdered to silence him.
    Sean McEniff told Gardai not involved in the ring to disregard Gerry Gallagher as a suspect.

  • Unsealed Brick11
    Unsealed Brick11 2 years ago

    uau

  • Donegal Drone Dude
    Donegal Drone Dude 2 years ago

    love this

  • Manly Men
    Manly Men 2 years ago

    awesome

  • Daniel Ryan 777
    Daniel Ryan 777 2 years ago

    wonderfull, thanxxx

  • Kvido when you feel good

    Ireland

  • Hassan Zinbi
    Hassan Zinbi 2 years ago

    its amazing.i want to visit

  • Nabeel Nabeel
    Nabeel Nabeel 2 years ago

    very nice

  • Derek Davidson
    Derek Davidson 2 years ago +2

    We live on the Wild Atlantic Way in the West of Ireland, we walk the mountains & valleys of this beautiful place, we are privileged to be here. See Facebook Walk West Ireland & may be you could join us on one of our treks. Derek Davidson, Co.Mayo, Ireland.

  • Jolmer Wouda
    Jolmer Wouda 2 years ago

    Hi! biutiful vid! i have a question, I'm making a video with a song of clannad I made an arrangement, can you permit me to use some of your video shots in it (I will mention it in the description) Grtz Jolmer

  • The Danica Music
    The Danica Music 2 years ago

    It looks like Faroe Islands

  • leonn sixnine
    leonn sixnine 2 years ago +11

    Ireland it's very beautiful country I love it.

  • Bruna Andrade
    Bruna Andrade 2 years ago +3

    Really amazing *_*

  • Arwens Child
    Arwens Child 2 years ago

    what song is this?

    • Michael Halligan
      Michael Halligan 2 years ago +2

      Arwens Child The music is by O Carolin and it's called O Carolins welcome. It was was written in the the late 1600, my favourite piece is farewell to the music; although It was really a Lament about the destruction of Irish culture by the Scots, and the English.

  • Favour Ngutu
    Favour Ngutu 3 years ago +47

    I pray that one day i will visit Ireland..

  • Mikhail Getmanov
    Mikhail Getmanov 3 years ago +1

    I am going to visit in November -December 2016. Appriciate any recommendations

    • Tipperary
      Tipperary 2 years ago

      DanTheMadMan your a little bollox ye its cold at times so what

    • ZST
      ZST 2 years ago +1

      Mikhail Getmanov You should go to the Aran islands if you can,they are spectacular,also the ring of Kerry,Clew Bay,Dingle,Conor pass ,the ailwee caves and Skibbereen

  • Ryandra Akbar
    Ryandra Akbar 3 years ago

    Luimneach and Caladh an Treiogh please

  • Fergal Freeman
    Fergal Freeman 3 years ago +41

    My Beautiful Ireland...I miss you!

    • Jim Flynn
      Jim Flynn Year ago

      U can never take away the irish from a true celt,eire will always be in your soul.

    • Sekiko
      Sekiko 2 years ago

      Fergal Freeman Muzic Im in Northern Ireland :)

    • pTerra9
      pTerra9 2 years ago +1

      i moved to canada too fergal, dying to come home myself

    • Fergal Freeman
      Fergal Freeman 2 years ago

      Yes I do because I then spent more time in the pub ;)

    • Fergal Freeman
      Fergal Freeman 2 years ago

      I moved to Canada.