Category Archives: Irish History

‘Pilgrim Paths’ Ireland’s answer to Camino de Santiago

For those who are familiar with Camino de Santiago will know about its religious history, beautiful scenery and popularity for drawing tourists. For those who aren’t familiar, Camino de Santiago is an ancient path in northern Spain where Santo Iago … Continue reading

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World set to go green once more for St Patrick’s Day

Operation Global Greening sees many of the worlds most noted landmarks and buildings temporarily glow literally green, with an emerald green light on St. Patrick’s Day. Continue reading

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Some Irish hidden gems to visit in 2014

There is so much to explore and discover on Emerald Isle with plenty of hidden gems which would provide visitors with the quintessential Irish experience. Continue reading

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Five interesting facts you might not know about Ireland

Before visiting the Ireland here are a five interesting facts that might help you while you soak up the full Irish experience and mingling with the locals. Continue reading

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Storms reveal Irish archaeological treasures from the Neolithic period

Stormy weather has exposed archaeological treasures dating back to the Neolithic period on Connemara’s Omey island off the west coast of Ireland. Continue reading

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New owners for Elizabeth Fort in Cork City

One of Cork City’s most historic site’s has finally been handed over by the Irish state’s Office of Public Works (OPW) in to the possession of Cork City Council. Continue reading

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