Contrary to popular belief, Tipperary is not a long way to go to.
Kerry and Cork are further and you don't hear people singing about that.
Anyway, Treasure Ireland is back this week and with it our focus on the Premier County. The images have been kindly sent in to us by Robert from IrelandUpClose.
Midlands of Ireland: Tipperary: Balina.
A view of the Killaloe-Balina bridge and of Molly's Bar in the pretty village of Balina, on the Shannon, south of Lough Derg.
Midlands of Ireland: Tipperary: Cahir.
Image of Cahir (or Caher) Castle in the evening, viewed from the weir on the River Suir.
Midlands of Ireland: Tipperary: Glen of Aherlow: Galtee Mountains.
A photograph of the Galtee Mountains from the Glen of Aherlow in the early evening.
Tipperary Golden Vale
A photograph taken at dusk of the 14th Century Cistercian Abbey at Holycross.
Tipperary: Holycross Abbey.
A photograph of yellow flag irises in the Glen of Aherlow. The Galtee Mountains are in the background.
A view of Lough Derg from Tountinna mountain. The image was taken in late spring, when the gorse is at its most vibrant
Lough Derg is on the border between Tipperary and Clare. It is a beautiful lake with a long, irregular shape and many lovely islands.
A view of rhododendron near The Vee in the Knockmealdown Mountains.
Cashel, also known as Cashel of the Kings, is dominated by the huge and iconic castle known as The Rock of Cashel
A view of Bay Lough near The Vee in the Knockmealdown Mountains.
The Vee. This photograph was taken from near the top of The Vee (or The Gap) in the Knockmealdown Mountains, looking down onto Bay Lough.
A view from the top of Tountinna mountain beside Lough Derg.
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