Ireland ratified the World Heritage Convention on 16 September, 1991. As of June 2010, it has two World Heritage Sites, both in the cultural category. Ireland also has another y sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ireland
- Archaeological Ensemble of the Bend of the Boyne
- Skellig Michael
Location Map of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ireland
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Sites in Ireland on the World Heritage Tentative List
- The Burren (2010)
- The Historic City of Dublin (2010)
- The Céide Fields and North West Mayo Boglands (2010)
- Western Stone Forts (2010)
- The Monastic City of Clonmacnoise and its Cultural Landscape (2010)
- Early Medieval Monastic Sites (2010)
- The Royal Sites of Ireland: Cashel, Dún Ailinne, Hill of Uisneach, Rathcroghan Complex, and Tara Complex (2010)