(CNN) -- [Updated 3:45 p.m. ET, Monday, May 23] The photo above was taken in the tiny Irish village of Moneygall on Sunday, one day before U.S. President Barack Obama paid a visit.
Obama has Irish roots that trace to Moneygall (pronounced MAH-nee-gall). The village is believed to be the birthplace of one of his great-great-great-grandfathers.
Ireland was the first stop on the president's six-day, four-country tour of Europe. During his brief stay, Obama gave a speech in downtown Dublin where he praised the Irish people and reassured them that they can recover from the country's economic turmoil.
He also stopped into Moneygall and enjoyed a pint of Guinness in a local pub.
"For me to make such a personal connection like this ... is spectacular," he said.
Obama left for London late Monday. He will also visit France and Poland this week.
Maybe the Irish flags were a dead giveaway, but most of you were easily able to identify the photo as being from Moneygall. The first three were "tomnryan," "maflmj" and "Cb704." Sláinte!
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