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Howth, Ireland via Donal Skehan. Or maybe I should move to Howth? On the coast (a big love of mine) and a stone's throw (no pun intended to those from Tipperary lol) from Dublin - being part Jackeen it would be nice to live there :-) CAN'T WAIT! Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Republic Of Ireland, Emerald Isle, British Isles, Northern Ireland, Dream Vacations, Places To See, Beautiful Places

Crispy pork belly, lemon and poppyseed pancakes and simple summer suppers… | Donal Skehan | EAT LIVE GO

I've come to the conclusion that I am a better cook in the summer months. I know each season has it's own story but I am in love with summer. With my

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Irelands Eye

The second garden group event took place today. This time to Irelands Eye. It was an amazing day. And to that some notes of thanks are due. To the legend that is Diarmuid O’Cathasaigh of The …

Unspoilt, beautiful islands are dotted around Ireland's coast from Mizen to Malin Head. Fortification, Beautiful Islands, Vacation Spots, Monument Valley, Coastal, Heaven, Tower, City, Places

Ireland's Eye: the martello tower on the... © Keith Salvesen cc-by-sa/2.0

Taken from a boat from the south

History of Martello Towers in Ireland - Martello Tower Sutton Dublin Bay, Dublin Ireland, Safe Room, Fortification, Mount Rushmore, Coastal, Country Roads, Mountains, History

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Self catering Accommodation in Martello Tower Sutton Dublin Ireland

Fitzmaurice among 2014 Munster award winners Award Winner, Ireland, Awards, Football, History, Soccer, American Football, Historia, Irish

Fitzmaurice among 2014 Munster award winners

Thursday, December 11, 2014 Cork hurler Patrick Horgan, Kerry’s James O‘Donoghue and Kerry senior football manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice have secured the hurler, footballer and manager of the year accolades respectively in the 2014 Munster GAA Awards. The success of Kerry in winning All-Ireland Senior honours following an intriguing football championship is a great tribute to…

Sutton is home to one of Ireland's private residence Martello Towers, and to a former home of the Jameson Irish Whiskey family, which became the home of Belgian businessman Albert Luykx, made famous during the Irish arms trial. It subsequently became Sutton House Hotel and then Sutton Castle Hotel, before being converted to private residences. 1910 Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Sutton House, Jameson Irish Whiskey, Old Video, Emerald Isle, Towers, Dublin, Ireland

Dublin (North) - Sutton Cross - Dublin

Sutton is home to one of Ireland's private residence Martello Towers, and to a former home of the Jameson Irish Whiskey family, which became the home of Belgian businessman Albert Luykx, made famous during the Irish arms trial. It subsequently became Sutton House Hotel and then Sutton Castle Hotel, before being converted to private residences.

The People's Park is near Dún Laoghaire town centre, between Glasthule and the Seafront. It was developed by the then Kingstown Town Commissioners towards the end of the century. Best Cruise, Cruise Port, British Isles, Victorian Fashion, Dublin, 19th Century, Fountain, Entrance, Centre

The Dún Laoghaire People’s Park

The People”s Park is near Dún Laoghaire town centre, between Glasthule and the Seafront. It was developed by the then Kingstown Town Commissioners towards the end of the 19th century in the formal Victorian style. It was enclosed by wrought iron railings and gates with the most prominent entrances off George”s Street and Queen”s Road.…

The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire [Ireland] Ref Love Ireland, Emerald Isle, Northern Ireland, Dublin, Celtic, Entrance, Park, History, Amazing

The Dún Laoghaire People’s Park

The People”s Park is near Dún Laoghaire town centre, between Glasthule and the Seafront. It was developed by the then Kingstown Town Commissioners towards the end of the 19th century in the formal Victorian style. It was enclosed by wrought iron railings and gates with the most prominent entrances off George”s Street and Queen”s Road.…

Roman Empire - Shackled skeletons discovered in ancient Roman burial ground in France - Archaeology - Science - The Independent Ancient Aliens, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Archaeological Discoveries, Archaeological Finds, Historical Artifacts

Shackled skeletons unearthed in large Roman graveyard

Image: Frédéric Méténier / Inrap Archaeologists have excavated hundreds of graves in southwest France to discover several human skeletons, including a child, still wearing shackles around their necks, wrists and ankles. Hundreds of graves have been unearthed in France, some containing the shackled remains of individuals who might have served as slaves at the time of…

Martello Tower Y, refurbished Napoleon-era Martello Tower by Piercy Conner Architects - Bawdsey, UK Jackson, Chicago, British Home, Pretty Photos, 21st Century, How To Become, Tower, Country Roads, Spaces

Martello Tower Y

Is this dramatic Suffolk, England building of contemporary or ancient times? Does it function as a residence or a fort? Well, it’s been all of these in its long history:Owner and designer Duncan Jackson worked with Piercy Conner Architects to make this ancient defense tower into a home of the 21st century. Twelve-foot-thick walls enclose what is now a contemporary home with light tubes that bring daylighting into the depths of the spaces.

The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire [Ireland] Ref Victorian Fashion, Dublin, 19th Century, Fountain, Entrance, Ireland, Park, History, Outdoor Decor

The Dún Laoghaire People’s Park

The People”s Park is near Dún Laoghaire town centre, between Glasthule and the Seafront. It was developed by the then Kingstown Town Commissioners towards the end of the 19th century in the formal Victorian style. It was enclosed by wrought iron railings and gates with the most prominent entrances off George”s Street and Queen”s Road.…

The birth of the Irish Republic, 1916 - Lithographic print depicting a female representation of Ireland, in classical dress, holding an Irish tri-colour flag and an olive branch; she is floating above armed soldiers, grouped behind sandbags, who wear Irish Volunteer uniforms and who are engaged in battle. Photo: National Library of Ireland, PD C56 Insurgent, Flag, Symbols, History, Soldiers, Birth, Ireland, Battle, Military

The birth of the Irish Republic, 1916 - Lithographic print depicting a female representation of Ireland, in classical dress, holding an Irish tri-colour flag and an olive branch; she is floating above armed soldiers, grouped behind sandbags, who wear Irish Volunteer uniforms and who are engaged in battle. Photo: National Library of Ireland, PD C56

An image from the Dublin Housing Report, published in the wake of the Church Street tenement collapse in 1913 Photo: South Dublin County Libraries Dublin House, Photo Engraving, County Library, Slums, Photo Hosting, Dublin Ireland, More Photos, Earth, History

An image from the Dublin Housing Report, published in the wake of the Church Street tenement collapse in 1913 Photo: South Dublin County Libraries