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Irish Legend and History

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The home of the O Connor Kerry Clan. Carrigafoyle Castle in Ballylongford, Co Kerry. The last remaining stronghold of the O Connor Kerry Clan which was attacked and plundered by Pelham's forces in 1581 which was Easter Sunday that year. Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Places, World Of Castles, Castles In Ireland, Irish Sea, Castle Ruins, Irish Traditions, Emerald Isle, Ireland Travel

Traditional Irish Sayings and their meanings

The greatest of all Irish festivals is upon us again i.e. St. Patricks Day which on the 17th of March every year sees Ireland ruling the world in a sea of green Guiness and bacon & cabbage dinners..

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Irish Autism Advocacy. It's not leading to change.

In Ireland Autistic people have no real voice. Instead we have a government who are making some of societies most vulnerable citizens pay for the economy's collapse which was fueled by our incompetent bankers and greedy property developers. Now they want all of Ireland's Special Needs children to pay even more by taking their disability grant away. I say no more and ask why are Ireland's Autism and Special Needs Advocacy groups remaining so obviously silent about this move??

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Traditional Irish Sayings and their meanings

The greatest of all Irish festivals is upon us again i.e. St. Patricks Day which on the 17th of March every year sees Ireland ruling the world in a sea of green Guiness and bacon & cabbage dinners..

Banshee The Irish Death Messenger Dead Ends, Spirit World, Irish Celtic, The Grim, Aspergers, Halloween Season, Grim Reaper, Faeries, Autism

Banshee The Irish Death Messenger

Some may say she is just merely a sweet fairy lady but here in Ireland she is ensconced in our minds as being the ultimate symbol of an imminent death about to occur in the family. The Banshee is Ireland's own take on the Grim Reaper (I think she is more scary though....).

Banshee The Irish Death Messenger Dead Ends, Spirit World, Irish Celtic, The Grim, Aspergers, Halloween Season, Grim Reaper, Faeries, Autism

Banshee The Irish Death Messenger

Some may say she is just merely a sweet fairy lady but here in Ireland she is ensconced in our minds as being the ultimate symbol of an imminent death about to occur in the family. The Banshee is Ireland's own take on the Grim Reaper (I think she is more scary though....).

In Viking invaders came across a settlement of people on an island the Shannon River. he site where King John’s Castle now stands was a Viking stronghold which was built on King’s Island in Limerick City, King John, Vikings, Medieval, Ireland, Castle, The Originals, History, Origins

Origins of Limerick City and King John's Castle

In 812AD Viking invaders came across a settlement of people on an island the Shannon River. he site where King John’s Castle now stands was a Viking stronghold which was built on King’s Island in 922.

The greatest of all Irish festivals is upon us again i. Patricks Day which on the of March every year sees Ireland ruling the world in a sea of green Guiness and bacon & cabbage dinners. Irish Sayings, Irish Quotes, Old Quotes, Irish Festival, Day And Mood, Irish Traditions, Emerald Isle, The St, St Patricks Day

Traditional Irish Sayings and their meanings

The greatest of all Irish festivals is upon us again i.e. St. Patricks Day which on the 17th of March every year sees Ireland ruling the world in a sea of green Guiness and bacon & cabbage dinners..

As I See It - Old Ireland still exists (in Dingle) I See It, North Dakota, Historical Sites, Old Women, Ireland, Irish, Daughter, Hollywood, Magic

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By Anne Sheridan Limerick Leader Published on Tuesday 13 November 2012 12:00 Anne Sheridan argues that old Ireland ‘still exists’ in her weekly column, “Back across the great pond, we fell in for another, smaller road-trip - the Dingle half marathon. Running, it would be fair to say, wouldn’t be our raison d’etre, but we did fancy a trip down to Dingle. We could drink pints of Guinness in great old-fashioned pubs, like Dick Macs and Foxy Johns, escape the monotony of a concrete city and…

The Bronze Age: Musical Horns and Instruments from Ireland's past Musical Horns, Ancient Music, Music Composers, Bronze Age, Prehistoric, Musical Instruments, Ireland, Irish, Musicals

The Bronze Age: Musical Horns and Instruments from Ireland's past

Ireland has a large collection of prehistoric, Bronze Age musical horns which are now believed to be from the Middle to Late Bronze Age. Approximately from 1100 BC to 700Bc. One such find is a musical instrument from 800BC which was during late Bronze Age. It is a bronze musical horn, known as the Lissroe Horn.

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Traditional Irish Sayings and their meanings

The greatest of all Irish festivals is upon us again i.e. St. Patricks Day which on the 17th of March every year sees Ireland ruling the world in a sea of green Guiness and bacon & cabbage dinners..

The Last Countess of Desmond in Ireland and Queen Elizabeth Second Wife, Queen Elizabeth, Ireland, Irish, History, Historia, Irish Language

The Last Countess of Desmond in Ireland and Queen Elizabeth

Eleanor Butler was born approximately 460 years ago. She was the second wife of the15th Earl of Desmond. Through turbulent times she proved to be an invaluable negotiator for her husband and went to unprecedented lengths to protect him and her family.