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Stunning images reveal "dark underbelly of rural Irish life"

Waterford-born photographer Richard Fitzgerald has released a stunning new book of photographs he describes as “revealing the dark underbelly of Irish rural life." "Dark Ireland: Images of a Lost World," which was influenced by a short poem of the same title by Patrick Kavanagh, is a tribute to Ireland's...

Beware Of The Irish T-Shirt

Beware Of The Irish T-Shirt Beware Of The Irish T-Shirt is an instant classic. Everyone loves the Irish but at the same time knows that they can be a little nuts! You've got to beware of the Boston Irish! Order this t-shirt today, you'll be glad you did!

A funny Irish saying from TheIrishStore.com!

Incredible Irish sayings - The Irish Store

Inspired by Ireland and the Irish people's unique use of the English language? Check out these incredible Irish sayings.

Teanga gan Tír

Teanga gan Tír

Forest of Moss, Killarney National Park, Ireland

Killarney National Park, Ireland.

View top-quality stock photos of Killarney National Park. Find premium, high-resolution stock photography at Getty Images.

Connemara Green Marble for yacht installation, Italy | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Ireland, Connemara Marble is 900 million years old. The mining of Connemara Marble is one of Ireland’s oldest indigenous industries. The Joyce family opened the Streamstown marble quarry in Clifden in 1822. Marble from here adorns the Galway Cathedral floor and the walls of the Senate Chamber of the State Capital Building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Connemara Marble

Connemara Green Marble for yacht installation, Italy

Dougie MacLean - Ready for the storm - YouTube

Dougie MacLean - Ready for the storm

Dougie MacLean - Ready for the storm - YouTube

'Woman Crofter carrying a Peat basket' ~ Isle of Harris. Crofting is a form of land tenure and small-scale food production unique to the Scottish Highlands. Peat is used as fuel for cooking fires.

'Woman Crofter carrying a Peat basket' ~ Isle of Harris. Crofting is a form of land tenure and small-scale food production unique to the Scottish Highlands. Peat is used as fuel for cooking fires.

'The Cruel Sister' ~ Old Blind Dogs - YouTube

'The Cruel Sister' ~ Old Blind Dogs

'The Cruel Sister' ~ Old Blind Dogs - YouTube

Fife and Drum Corps Performance - YouTube

Fife and Drum Corps Performance

Fife and Drum Corps Performance - YouTube