When we visited the Irish National Stud, a thoroughbred horse breeding facility, in County Kildare, Ireland, we were surprised by gorgeous Japanese gardens as well as handsome studs.
This garden was created in 1999 for the millennium in honor of St. Fiachra, the patron saint of gardeners.
It celebrates the beautiful Irish landscape in its natural state with water and rock both providing a wonderful backdrop for a handsome swan.
The Irish National Stud farm and the Japanese gardens continue to be one of the top twenty attractions in Ireland.
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