Famine Era Potato Ridges

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Dormant famine era potato ridges in the Lost Valley of County Mayo. Ireland travel tips | Ireland vacation | IrelandFamilyVacations.com
Potato ridges lie fallow and undisturbed since The Great Famine of the mid-1800s. To make the land more productive English landlords turned the Irish off the land and replaced them with sheep. The potato ridges – and sheep- still remain in the Uggool Valley, County Mayo.
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