Zhang Ruoyun and Tang Yixin, the most well-matched golden couple in the entertainment industry, were revealed to be getting married at the end of this month. The 9-year long-distance love race finally came to an end!
The wedding of the two is confirmed to be on the 27th of this month, and the wedding venue has also been revealed to be held at the beautiful Adare Manor in Murrick County, Ireland.
Nine years are like first love, such a fairy love is not enviable, but Ireland is really worth a visit!
Coincidentally, from July 1st (that is, next Monday), Ireland will open five-year multiple-entry visas for Chinese citizens!
It is one of the most romantic countries in the world.
According to legend, this is a small island guarded by green elves, and the clover is the symbol of this island. The implication of 5,000 years of history and the beautiful natural scenery have given birth to the brilliant culture here. Whether listening to castle legends or drawing inspiration from literature, from mountains to sea, from serenity to wildness, Ireland has breathtaking beauty.
In the list of the happiest countries in the world, Ireland has always remained at the top of the world.
At the beginning of the founding of the Republic of Ireland, the “prohibition of divorce” was once included in the constitution. Although this law was abolished in 1996, the couple chose to hold a once-in-a-lifetime ceremony in this romantic place, which is still so sour that it makes people shed a few lemon tears.
The castle in the fairy tale – Adair Manor
Adair Manor was once known as “the number one resort in Europe”. Zhang Ruoyun and Tang Yixin chose this one of the most beautiful castles in Ireland. It is a real love story between a prince and a princess.
The romantic and dreamy castle, the lawn shaded by green trees, small streams, fountains, luxurious and rich auditorium…it is indeed an extremely romantic place. It seems that there are not many couples in the entertainment industry who get married in Ireland. Being able to choose one of the most beautiful castles is also in line with Zhang Ruoyun’s artistic temperament.
The capital of exquisite literature and art – Dublin
Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is an quaint, poetic and idyllic city.
There are many universities, academies of sciences, and art galleries here, and buildings with a history of hundreds of years can be seen everywhere.
The location of Hogwarts Library in “Harry Potter” is Trinity College, the top university in Ireland. This historic old library has a long-standing reputation and houses a large number of precious works.
In Phoenix Park, Europe’s largest indoor park and Royal Deer Park, hundreds of deer are naturally stocked. You can get up close and personal with these cute little guys in this green grass.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral, located on the west side of the south bank of the River Liffey in Dublin, is built on the oldest origin of Christianity. The bell tower on the west side of the church was completed during the renovation in 1370 and still houses the largest bell in Ireland.
Beautiful Medieval Tales – Kilkenny
Kilkenny is a popular excursion destination for Irishmen and tourists alike, with its well-preserved medieval architecture, picturesque river setting and evocative winding lanes.
Castles, ancient towers, monasteries and ubiquitous stone ancient buildings make Kilkenny a medieval capital in people’s minds.
A small port town full of artistic atmosphere – Galway
Galway is a port city in the west of Ireland, facing the Atlantic Ocean, and the capital of Galway County.
The city of Galway is famous for its beautiful scenery in the suburbs and the traditional culture of the outlying islands, and it is also world-famous for its abundance of a kind of continental flat oyster. Every year during the oyster harvest season, local residents will hold the Galway Oyster Festival to celebrate the harvest, and the whole city has a carnival.
A “wild” emerald in the Atlantic Ocean – Killarney
Killarney is a small town located in County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland. It is the neatest city and cleanest urban area in Ireland. Its tourism industry has developed for more than 250 years!
Killarney National Park has the only native red deer herd in Ireland and the largest existing virgin forest in Ireland.
Happy “Green Hat Festival” – St. Patrick’s Day (StPatrick’s Day)
Every March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, the most ancient festival with the most Irish characteristics. On this day, the Irish people’s love for green is vividly displayed.
Green clothes, green hats, green wigs, green glasses, green beards, green garlands, etc. are all upper body, so the Irish call this day “Green Hat Festival”.
Although the weather in March is still quite cold, people at the festival seem to be indifferent and enthusiastic. Cheerful music, colorful costumes… Joyful songs and laughter filled every corner of the city.
Some people say that liking Ireland is like coming home,
The town air is clean,
Chatting with new friends in the bar,
It can be as quiet or as loud as I need it to be.
History, music, art, architecture… there is something to do every day.
No matter where you go, people are smiling.
such a happy country,
Everyone who has been there will be sweet in their hearts!