Wicklow Berge / Wicklow Mountains

(2003-08-15)

Die Wicklow Berge sind ein beliebtes Ausflugsziel der Dubliner. Die sanften, teilweise bewaldeten Anhöhen vermitteln eine Ruhe, die in der Millionenstadt Dublin schwer zu finden ist. Weiters bieten sie Schauplätze von historischem und kulturellen Wert, wie Powerscourt Gardens oder Glendalough. In den Wicklow Bergen entspringt die Liffey, an deren Mündung Dublin erbaut ist und deren Wasser die Region mit Strom versorgt.

The Wicklow Mountains are a popular destination for trips, especially for people who live in Dublin. The soft, partially wooded heights convey a calmness that is hard to find in the big city of Dublin with its population of one million. They also offer scenes of historic and cultural value, like Powerscourt Gardens or Glendalough. In the Wicklow Mountains is the source of the Liffey, which provides the region with electric current and ends in Dublin.

In der Nähe / In the vicinity
Wicklow Berge (2) / Wicklow Mountains (2) Meeting of the Waters / Meeting of the Waters Wicklow Berge (3) / Wicklow Mountains (3) Lough Tay Großer Zuckerhut / Great Sugar Loaf

Weiterführende Informationen auf / Further information at
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicklow_Mountains www.glendalough.ie/heritage/wicklow-mountain-national-park/ www.heritageireland.ie/en/midlandseastcoast/wicklowmountainsnationalpark/ www.wicklowmountainsnationalpark.ie/ www.wicklowway.com/

Wohin als nächstes? / Where to next?
Blessington Seen / Blessington Lakes Enniskerry Glendalough Greenan Killruddery Haus und Gärten / Killruddery House and Gardens Mount Usher Gardens Powerscourt Gardens