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    Irish!

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    String art shamrock

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    Baltray ship wreck, Ireland

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    The Rock of Cashel, Ireland

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    Irish dancing. It's not about the fancy dresses. The wigs. Or the trophies and medals. But, about this. Friendships. The people you dance with become your family. You Irish family:)

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    Celtic Skull

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    A Grammar of the Irish Language

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    In the library of Farmleigh House in Dublin is Queen Elizabeth I’s Irish Primer. Probably from the 1560s, it was written at the Queen’s command, and in the light of her desire to spread the Reformation to the Irish people, for most of whom Irish – not English – was a first language. You can see the Farmleigh primer at the excellent Irish Script On Screen website. The preface argues that it will be crucial for the English to learn Irish if they are to effect real change on the island.

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    Grown in America, with Irish roots.

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    Celtic symbol for motherhood

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    celtic alpha

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    Sheeaun Academy

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    Celtic butterfly

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    Perhaps the most haunted castle in Ireland is Leap Castle. More than 400 years ago, in 1532, brother turned against brother to shed blood. One was a warrior who rushed into the chapel and used his sword to slay the priest who was his brother. The priest fell across the altar and died. The chapel is known as Bloody Chapel since that time. The dungeon in the castle is called an oubliette. Prisoners pushed into the oubliette fell eight feet onto spikes coming up from the floor.

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    Ancient Tower, Ireland

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    Red Forest, Dublin Ireland

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    Preview - Irish Embroidery - No. 4

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    The Towers, Lismore, Ireland

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    Air

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    Baileys Irish Cream Cookies

    Butrcreamblondi: Baileys Irish Cream Cookies

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    Fun St Patrick's Day decor idea

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    Key Lime Swirl Cheesecake-for St Patricks Day Dessert Idea

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    Celtic Cross and Dragon

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