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Harvest sunshine , Ireland - Original landscape in Watercolour, Irish art

" Harvest sunshine , Ireland " *Original Watercolour painting * Size14 x 9.5ins (360 x 230mm) This watercolour inspired by a late summer day at harvest time in the Irish countryside. Harvest is from the Old English word hærfest, meaning "autumn"

Banshee - In Ireland and parts of Scotland, a traditional part of mourning is the keening woman (bean chaointe), who wails a lament - a Irish: Caoineadh, [ˈkɰiːnʲə] or [ˈkiːnʲuː], caoin meaning "to weep, to wail". This keening woman may in some cases be a professional, and the best keeners would be in high demand.


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the_lane - There's something mesmerising about the #Italian aesthetic. Boldly dramatic, impeccably elegant and beautifully effortless all at once. The magic behind their inimitable style always stems back to authenticity. Decor layered with purpose and meaning to create atmosphere. Reception spaces inspired by the art of dining and the exchange of conversation that flows. Today's Real Wedding in the Tuscan countryside by @cinziabruschini epitomizes everything we love about Italian #...

The Celtic Cross- The Celtic Cross can be found throughout the countrysides of Ireland, Scotland, England and all the Celtic Islands today. Some of the cross date back to the period of the Druids when St. Patrick came to Ireland to bring Christianity to them.

Private Tour: Tulip Fields of Holland Day Tour with Optional Bike Tour from Amsterdam Full day private tour of tulip and other springtime flower fields in Holland. By car from Amsterdam, with optional short or longer cycling tour in the countryside.The season for tulips and other bulb flowers in Holland runs from March to May. Depending on winter and spring temperatures. There are different species of bulb flowers, early and late spring. Meaning that the one ideal spot and tim...

The name of this bed and breakfast means Magnificent Cowshed. Situated on a welcoming four acres in the Welsh countryside, you won't want to leave.

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15 Stunning Castles You Can Actually Buy

Live out all of your Outlander fantasies in this 16th-century castle in the Scottish countryside. If you don't have several million to spend on this castle (I mean, who does?), you can still pretend like you own it at least for a night or two: the current owners still run it as a B&B.

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'They were picking up the bodies of their brothers and they were very upset': Horrors of the Somme revealed in hundreds of letters sent home by teenage WWI officer

A column of Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders wends it's way through the Scottish countryside during training in WWI