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An Irish cross marks the race’s entry into the cliffs along Killary Harbour.

An Irish cross marks the race’s entry into the cliffs along Killary Harbour, Ireland’s only fjord, and into Connemara. Many of the villages along stage 3 are Gaeltacht, meaning Irish-speaking. Good luck reading the signs.

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An Irish cross marks the race’s entry into the cliffs along Killary Harbour, Ireland’s only fjord, and into Connemara. Many of the villages along stage 3 are Gaeltacht, meaning Irish-speaking. Good luck reading the signs.  |  Photo: Ben Delaney
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An Irish cross marks the race’s entry into the cliffs along Killary Harbour.
An Irish cross marks the race’s entry into the cliffs along Killary Harbour, Ireland’s only fjord, and into Connemara. Many of the villages along stage 3 are Gaeltacht, meaning Irish-speaking. Good luck reading the signs.  |  Photo: Ben Delaney
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