Ireland: Cliffs Of Moher By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2016


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Did you know that the incredible Cliffs of Moher attract over one million visitors every year? These cliffs are also breeding grounds for tens of thousands of seabirds each year. That's why, in 1988, the Cliffs were designated as a Refuge for Fauna. The cliffs also have a rich history. Since the 1st century BCE, residents of Ireland have engaged in quarrying, fishing, and collecting birds’ eggs along the cliffs. Inspired by the beauty of the cliffs and the power of nature that they represent, Anderson Design Group crafted a vintage travel poster of the cliffs, a landscape illustration that features the cliffs and two visitors pausing to enjoy them. You can order this hand-rendered illustration as an art print, canvas banner, framed postcard, metal sign, or as a set of notecards or postcards. To learn more about Ireland travel opportunities, check out Explore Ireland.

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