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Betrothed to King Mark of Cornwall, Irish princess Isolde instead fellin love with his nephew, the knight Tristan. Though the two ran away together, theirs was a doomed love; after Tristan was poisoned, Isolde died of a broken heart. Buried side by side, a pair of hazel and honeysuckle trees grew, intertwined, from their graves. Today, the Dublin suburb of Chapelizod is named for the chapel of Isolde (from the Irish ‘Síopéal Iosóid’), where Tristan asked for her hand in marriage.
1832 – St. Laurence’s Church of Ireland, Chapelizod, Co. Dublin
Built in 1832, the little church has a much older tower, dating from the fourteenth century, that was remodelled in 1859. The interior was later decorated by Sibthorpe & Sons of Molesworth Str…
ANNA LIVIA BRIDGE - MOÏCANI ODEON
Anna Livia Bridge - the name - officially came into being on Bloomsday, June 16th 1982, the centenary of the birth of James Joyce. Water - wave tossed and briney - carried Joyce away from Ireland on his self-imposed journey of exile and it was Anna...
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