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Cliffs of Moher Print
Cliffs of Moher Print

Cliffs of Moher Print

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Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher have a rich history that spans centuries, making them not only a natural wonder but also a significant cultural and historical landmark. Located along the rugged west coast of Ireland, just south of the village of Doolin in County Clare, the cliffs have captivated visitors for generations.

Formed over 320 million years ago through a combination of geological processes, the Cliffs of Moher stretch for approximately 8 kilometers along the Atlantic coastline. Rising to heights of up to 214 meters at their highest point, these sheer cliffs offer awe-inspiring views of the vast ocean and dramatic rock formations below.

The cliffs hold immense cultural significance, deeply intertwined with Irish folklore, mythology, and history. In Irish, the name "Moher" translates to "ruined fort," hinting at the area's ancient past. It is believed that a fort once stood atop these cliffs, serving as a stronghold for local kings and offering strategic advantages in defending the region.

Today, the Cliffs of Moher have become one of Ireland's most popular tourist attractions, drawing millions of visitors each year. Their sheer beauty and dramatic landscape have made them an iconic symbol of Ireland's natural wonders.

SKETCHICO prints are hand painted digitally, generated from their own photography and printed with archival quality inks on premium photo-based paper. 

  • Prints are mounted using a single mount frame and protected by a cellophane bag
  • Available in contemporary box frames with hinge hooks ready to hang
  • Measurements refer to the size of the mounted print and the image size of the print insert. 

Our prints are made in Ireland and all materials are sourced through Irish suppliers!