Over the course of the week over on InstaIreland, we publish a fair wallop of photos and videos taken across our wonderful little country.

Then, when Sunday hits and the reality of another week sailing over the horizon becomes reality, we take a look back at the most popular posts from the week past.

It’s been a pretty busy seven days, so here’s the most popular shots from the week.

1 – Conquering the Giants Causeway

Conquering the Giants Causeway. By @rycouldrey #instaireland

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2 – #SelfieGoals x 100 in Co. Clare

3 – The Skellig Islands from the eyes of the Irish Air Corps

4 – The last photo ever taken of the #Titanic as it left Cobh in County Cork

5 – The Slieve League Cliffs, found on the south west coast of Donegal, are one of the highest marine cliffs in Europe

6 – Having a ramble around Trinity College in Dublin

Having a ramble around Trinity College, #Dublin! By Brian Morrison #instaireland

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7 – Who needs Thailand when you have Achill island?

Who needs #Thailand when you have #Achill island? 🍀 What a spot! 🏊 By @tiarnan_98 #instaireland

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8 – Welcome to Trim #Castle in Co. Meath – the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland

9 – The weather in Ireland is officially 🍌🍌! In the one weekend we’ve had snow, sun and floods

10 – Some view, boy! Shot from the vantage point at Eagles Rock, County Leitrim

Some view, boy! Shot from the vantage point at Eagles Rock, County Leitrim. By @kierandalton99 #instaireland

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11 – Imagine this being built! Dunluce #castle in Antrim is perched on the edge of a cliff!

12 – Welcome to The Rock of #Cashel, which was originally called home by the kings of Munster

13 – Beautiful shot of the Great Blasket Islands from Dún Chaoin pier in County Kerry.

14 – Some very windy scenes at the Cliffs of Moher

15 – Like a scene from Lord of the Rings! Glendalough, County Wicklow

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