21 Photos From Around Ireland Proving Yesterday Was The Greatest Irish Day Ever

No word of a lie!

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There are so many words that can describe the weather this weekend...majestic, outrageous or delightful to name but a few. 

Words can only tell you so much though so we thought we'd share some of the photos that you guys have tagged on #lovindublin and #lovinireland.

We can safely say this is one of the busiest days we've ever seen for photos shared and with very good reason. 

This little island of ours was looking only bleedin gorgeous...

Ireland: As beautiful from above as from below 🇮🇪🍀💚💚💚💚 #lovindublin#

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Perfect day ✌🏻 @teddysicecream #lovedublin #lovindublin. . . . . #fwis #dunlaoghaire #dunlaoghairepier

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Oh to be on those skis #lovindublin #lovinday

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Sunny days. We don't get them often but when we do! 👙😎💃🏼

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Crazy what a little sunshine will do! #discoverdublin #dublin #sunset #canal

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@aisling_bukulin Visit soon xx#instaireland#ig_ireland#mayo#clonburwoods#whiteisland#boat#naturetrail#summer2017

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No filter needed for this place. #instaireland #guinesslake #sallygap #insta_ireland #wicklow

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Happy Friday everybody! 💃 Presenting Liam Emery's Celtic Cross, photo by @fionnsdad 🙌 You might notice this if you're ever flying over the north of Ireland! Measuring approx. 125 by 70 metres, the cross stands out on the side of Bogay Hill just outside Newtown Cunningham in county Donegal. Planted by local forester, the late Liam Emery in the early 2000s, its only recently become noticeable by those flying over the area. It was made using over 3,000 trees 🌳🌳🌳 The cross was solely the work of Mr Emery coming from his passion for Irish culture and heritage whilst planting a new wood for the Irish Forestry Board. Very sadly, he passed away before seeing the stunning results of his work. The cross will continue to be visible at different times of year for the next 60/70 years due to the type of trees (Japanese Larch) Beautiful!

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Sure where would you get it? Serious scenes across Ireland 😍. Video by @rachelamyclarke on #lovindublin

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What a gorgeous summer day!! I'm sure most of Ireland moved to the beach for the weekend. 🌊🌞😎🍨😍

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Niall Harbison

Niall founded Lovin' Dublin with a few fairly simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.