Irish History

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Some cool st patricks day pictures: St.Patricks Day Preparations Image by Jim Bauer I know Toy in-the-frame Thursday is practically more than. We ought to be shooting Fenced Friday. Happy St. Patricks day. Image by Eyesplash - feels like spring Might you all get hosed with green beer and chased by naughty tiny Leprechauns.

Irish History with Beauty Enough to Write About

  Ireland may be for many a land of magic, beauty, and tradition. With tales of different pieces of the culture, it is important for many lovers of Ireland to express what they feel and what they have experienced. Libraries are filled with their own sections of fiction and non-fiction stories of Ireland and Irish tales. Some ...

by admin on February 13, 2013

Irish Clan Sites

Ireland had been one of the most prominent and rich country in the world. Way back in the old where disputes from other clans are rampant may of the clans have created a fortification so that it will be their means of shelter and protection. The most common member of a clan who had built ...

Historic Places to Visit in Ireland

by admin on February 11, 2013

King Johns Castle

Ireland is a very nice place to visit because of its amazing history that marks in the heart of the people not only in Ireland but also to all the people around the world. Just like other countries, the Ireland history gives a commanding influence in Wars and fighting. Ireland made their tragic landmarks not ...

Traditional Irish Food

  The first thought that comes to mind when cited about traditional Irish Food is Irish stew, Soda Bread and Bacon with Cabbage. With abundant land for cultivation and farms, and coasts perfect for fishing, traditional Irish menu boasts of food prepared from indigenous ingredients. Traditional Irish Food Potato is an essential element of Irish cooking, while ...

Irish Coast

We all know that Irish people are renowned for their dedication in knitting and providing fine pieces of cloth to the rest of the world, not to mention a fine drop of Irish whiskey to accompany everyone during a party. But the most interesting gift of Ireland to the rest of the world has been ...

Kissing the Blarney stone

by admin on November 4, 2012 · 406 comments

A few great blarney stone pictures I identified: Kissing the Blarney stone Image by paulafunnell Kissing the Blarney stone Kiss the Blarney Stone Image by brosner This is me kissing the Blarney Stone in Ireland. I keep in mind seeing images of this in elementary school and here I am carrying out it! GWSFTGIF (Blarney Stone, 5625 Geary Boulevard amongst 20th/21st Avenues) Image ...

Bloody Sunday bloody sunday query by Matt P: Why was bloody sunday critical for the shaping of the Unionists and the Republicans? Why was bloody sunday crucial for the shaping of The Loyalists/Unionists/Protestants and the Republicans/Nationalists/Catholics ? bloody sunday best answer: Answer by Doc It was essential simply because it inspired such strong feelings the deaths of the 13 men ...

The History Channel

by admin on October 30, 2012 · 232 comments

Check out these history channel photos: The History Channel Image by kevin dooley Come on! Background Channel Image by TJOwens I know that the history channel sucks, but seriously. History Channel factoid that popped up for the duration of dinner Image by The Shifted Librarian This was my second Foursquare moment on this trip. When I checked in at Rosa Mexicano for dinner, ...

Sinn Fein Workers

by admin on October 28, 2012 · 496 comments

Some cool sinn fein photos: Sinn Fein Workers Image by Burns Library, Boston College Sinn Fein workers at Downpatrick's Model Farm Estate, 1980s. Bobbie Hanvey, photographer. Image bh007909, Bobbie Hanvey Photographic Archives, John J. Burns Library, Boston College. This image is part of a series of pictures found at: hdl.deal with.net/2345/1583 Sinn Féin reps and activists in the tent at the Ploughing Image ...