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IRELAND: Decimal Two Pence Coin 2000 Irish Stylized Bird And Harp

IRELAND: Decimal Two Pence Coin 2000 Irish Stylized Bird And Harp place in the toe of the bride's shoe

This is one of Ireland's most spectacular dolmens in Co Donegal.

This is one of Ireland's most spectacular dolmens in Co Donegal. Since it is not well-known, a visit to the Kilclooney dolmen.

Mise Éire - I am Ireland:This poem was written by Patrick Henry Pearse (Pádraic Mac Piarais), 1879–1916. He was an Irish educator, patriot and poet, educated for the law but early in his career made himself part of the Gaelic movement in Ireland. Pearse was active in the work of the Gaelic League and edited its journal, An Claidheamh Soluis. He founded the influential bilingual St. Enda's School near Dublin. He joined (1913) the Irish Volunteers and commanded the Irish forces in the Easter…

Mise Éire - I am Ireland:This poem was written by Patrick Henry Pearse (Pádraic Mac Piarais), 1879–1916. He was an Irish educator, patriot and poet, educated for the law but early in his career made himself part of the Gaelic movement in Ireland. Pearse was active in the work of the Gaelic League and edited its journal, An Claidheamh Soluis. He founded the influential bilingual St. Enda's School near Dublin. He joined (1913) the Irish Volunteers and commanded the Irish forces in the Easter…

Brendan the Navigator, Fenit, County Kerry Ireland

Brendan the Navigator, Fenit, County Kerry Ireland

Cead Mile Failte (100,000 Welcomes)

"Cead Mile Failte" Cross Stitch Pattern - "A hundred thousand welcomes!" This Gaelic greeting will make your guests feel right at home.

949728. An elderly man in a rare costume of wool vest, tailcoat, and top hat.

An elderly Irish man poses in a rare costume of wool vest, tailcoat, and top hat during the

The Sperrins, County Tyrone

The Sperrin Mountains are gold. Literally.

The Sperrin Mountains might be Northern Ireland’s least-explored mountain range, but explore them and you might just find gold.

irish slavery | No Irish Need Apply A History of The Irish in America, Circa 1850

No Irish Need Apply A History of The Irish in America, Circa 1850

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