Croagh Patrick has been a site of pilgrimage especially at the summer solstice since before the arrival of Celtic Christianity. Saint Patrick reputedly fasted on the summit of Croagh Patrick for forty days in the fifth century and built a church there. Popular legend says that at the end of Patrick's 40-day fast he threw a silver bell down the side of the mountain knocking the she-demon Corra from the sky and banishing all the snakes from Ireland.
An illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin containing the four Gospels of the New Testament created by Celtic monks ca. 800
Wicker Man the form of execution that Caesar alleged the druids used for human sacrifice.
Cliffs of Moher receive almost one million visitors a year.