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DANU the Tuatha Dé Danann. Manannan Mac Lir in County Londonderry by Antrim Rambler
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Manannan Mac Lir in County Londonderry - photo by Antrim Rambler

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DANU the Tuatha Dé Danann. Manannan Mac Lir in County Londonderry by Antrim Rambler

DANU  the Tuatha Dé Danann. Manannan Mac Lir in County Londonderry by Antrim Rambler

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Manannán mac Lir is the Irish name for the Gaelic god of the sea. Manannán appears in the folkloric mythologies of Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man. He is seen as the guardian of the Otherworld and one who ferries souls to the afterlife.

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Manannan Mac Lir statue [Courtesy of PSNI Limavady]
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Limavady's Manannan mac Lir statue was stolen. As the local community searches, Pagans sing and chant to call the sea god back to his home.

Manannan Mac Lir statue [Courtesy of PSNI Limavady]

Manannan Mac Lir statue [Courtesy of PSNI Limavady]
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Located at Clonenagh in Co Laois, Irland, this tree was planted on the site of an early Christian monastery. It was the custom to push coins into the trunk of the tree and say a prayer, which led to serious decay due to metal poisoning. According to the Tree Council it is currently undergoing a spate of ‘vigorous re-growth’.
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Located at Clonenagh in Co Laois, Irland, this tree was planted on the site of an early Christian monastery. It was the custom to push coins into the trunk of the tree and say a prayer, which led to serious decay due to metal poisoning. According to the Tree Council it is currently undergoing a spate of ‘vigorous re-growth’.

Located at Clonenagh in Co Laois, Irland, this tree was planted on the site of an early Christian monastery. It was the custom to push coins into the trunk of the tree and say a prayer, which led to serious decay due to metal poisoning. According to the Tree Council it is currently undergoing a spate of ‘vigorous re-growth’.
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Gortmore Viewing Point, ... Binevenagh Mountain, ... N. Ireland <3
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Another angle of Manannan by The Antrim Rambler

Gortmore Viewing Point, Binevenagh Mountain, N.

Gortmore Viewing Point, ... Binevenagh Mountain, ... N. Ireland <3

Gortmore Viewing Point, ... Binevenagh Mountain, ... N. Ireland <3
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A sculpture of the Children of Lir at The Garden of Remembrance in Dublin.
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A sculpture of the Children of Lir at The Garden of Remembrance in Dublin.

A sculpture of the Children of Lir at The Garden of Remembrance in Dublin.
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Aurora At Beaghmore Stone Circles & Lough Fea (Co Tyrone, N Ireland) - Feb 2014 by Martin McKenna

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The ancient megalithic tomb at Carrowmore, Co Sligo, is just one of hundreds. Carrowmore is one of oldest Stone-Age burial sites in Europe with some hundred tombs, passage graves, dolmens and stone circles. just otherworldly.

'The Stone of the Tree'-the Cloch a Bhile, located at Lough Gur, Co. Limerick. The Cloch a Bhile itself is a large stone (it looks like a tree trunk) which is said to represent a tree growing at the bottom of Lough Gur. At this tree, one could access the Otherworld. It was under the protection of Aine Clí and her son Gearoid Iarla. Nearby, there is still a stone circle, reportedly the largest in Ireland. Were one to climb the branches of this tree, they could access all parts of the…

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Trim Castle in Trim, County Meath is a remarkably well-preserved Norman Castle, the largest in Ireland. It has a central keep that stands 70 feet tall and a castle wall complete with watchtowers. This castle provided a fortress to protect "the pale" and its English-controlled territory in the Dublin area from invaders arriving from the northwest.

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