The Fastnet Rock
The Fastnet Rock, it’s Irish name Carraig Aonair, meaning "lonely rock” Located in the Atlantic Ocean on the most southerly point of Ireland. It lies 6.5 kilometres southwest of Cape Clear.The Fastnet is known as "Ireland's Teardrop", because it was the last part of Ireland that Irish emigrants saw as they sailed to America
For more info follow link to IrishLights link below. https://www.irishlights.ie/tourism/our-lighthouses/fastnet.aspx
The Fastnet Rock. It’s Irish name Carraig Aonair, meaning "lonely rock"
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