8 Stunning Aerial Photos Showcasing Dublin In All Her Glory
We've said it before and we'll say it again: Ireland is without question one of the most beautiful countries in the world.Not too long ago, while on an Aer Lingus flight across the Atlantic, I was disappointed to look out the window and find that the view I'd anticipated was com
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The latest media Tweets from Shane Wilson (@shanew147). Part-time Genealogist, interests inc. History, Science, Maps, Photography, Astronomy, Archaeology, Computers, Tech. & Eng., Books, Scifi, Movies, Music, F1 etc. Dublin, Ireland
The Great Irish Famine (English Made)
The English Induced Famine – Ethnic Cleansing If you don’t own the property. You become the property. The implementation of property taxes ensured that we’ll never own it. Read th…
Busiest boy in Dublin has been identified
Love this photo for its glimpse of an old, old thoroughfare in Dublin - Merchant's Arch - its shopkeepers, customers, wares and passersby. But it is the little boy who draws the eye. If ever there was a child on a mission, it's surely him! And he's been identified over a year after we first shared this photo. Meet Colm Irwin, identified by his grown up self. Apparently it was a toy gun he was carrying. Colm aka Ci0406 said: "Cheers my name is Colm Irwin and I was about 3. It was strange how…
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The latest Tweets from Old DublinTown. com (@OldDublinTown). http://t.co/FCizBSAXLE Dublin the capital of Ireland. Famous for its easy going charm and cultural heritage, The capital City of The Craic (pronounce 'crack'). Dublin Ireland
Crowds gather outside the Irish Law Courts in Dublin where the...
Crowds gather outside the Irish Law Courts in Dublin where the anti-treaty section of the IRA have established their headquarters during the Irish Civil War.
Talbot Street Bomb - 1974
The Dublin and Monaghan bombings of 17 May 1974 were a series of car bombings in Dublin and Monaghan in the Republic of Ireland. The attacks killed 33 civilians and wounded almost 300 – the highest number of casualties in any single day during "the Troubles". A loyalist paramilitary group, the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), claimed responsibility for the bombings in 1993. There are allegations, however, that British security forces colluded in the bombings. These allegations are contested by…
Dublin Zoo - One of The Most Popular Attractions in Ireland
Dublin Zoo is a must-see experience and the perfect day out for families, friends, couples and those visiting Dublin. Book your tickets online!