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IRISH SAINT PATRICK-- His real name was probably Maewyn Succat. Though Patricius was his Romanicized name, he was later came to be familiar as Patrick. Legend credits St. Patrick with teaching the Irish about the doctrine of the Holy Trinity by showing people the shamrock using it to illustrate the Christian teaching of three persons in one God. For this reason, shamrocks are a central symbol for St Patrick’s Day.

Bunratty castle, Ennis, Ireland


Clifden Castle Ireland

A sea stack off the Cliffs of Moher in Ennis, Ireland...

Jjarnold's Travel Blog: Ennis, Ireland - June 27, 2009

St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland

Carved bench featuring Celtic knot in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland.

Gorgeous work by Vinie and ReaOne in Paris. Lots more stunning pics at globalstreetart.c....

Global Street Art

Ennis Abbey, Ennis, Ireland

Ennis Abbey (Ennis) | Structurae

Dublin, Ireland

The Palace Bar - Dublin, Ireland |

Enniscorthy Castle, Ireland°°

Beautiful Ireland ♣ The Luck of the Irish

Bunratty Castle, Ireland

Light the Way While Stonehenge was built for the summer solstice, Newgrange in Ireland was made for the winter solstice. At 10 a.m. when the sun is brightest, rays of light shine through its dome's small passageway—the only time when engravings on the wall called the Triple Spiral become illuminated without artificial light. Fun fact: Newgrange is older than both Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids, built around 3200 B.C. during the neolithic period

Winter Solstice Fun Facts - Light the Way | Gallery | Glo

Understanding Celtic Symbols

Understanding Celtic Symbols

World War I


37 Images of the eerily beautiful way nature reclaims what we abandon


Dunluce Castle is a now-ruined medieval castle in Northern Ireland.

Attractions - An Amazing House

Charleville Castle ~ County Offaly, Ireland

File:Charleville Castle.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ashford Castle, Ireland

Lightning Bolt, Bunratty Castle, Ireland

Desmond Castle, County Cork, Ireland

Celtic Harpist, Cliffs of Moher, Ireland


Blarney Castle, Ireland

Ashford Castle, Ireland