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  1. Central Library

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

  2. Waterside Branch Library

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

    Waterside Library is built on the site of the original Derry Workhouse. Read more

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  3. Oideas Gael

    Glencolmcille, Donegal

    Cultural activity centre with bookstore, music cd's, restaurant, exhibition of local art and daily activities. Read more

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  4. Dún Uladh Cultural Heritage Centre

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Dún Uladh is a centre which showcases Irish culture: dance, song, language, crafts and much more. Read more

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  5. Gaelsaoire Gaeltacht Holidays

    Furbo, Galway

    Counties Galway and Mayo both contain large Gaeltacht areas. The Gaeltacht is the term used to refer to those areas of Ireland in which the Irish language ( Gaeilge ) is still spoken. Read more

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  6. An Droichead

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Lárionad an Droichid is a modern, multi-award winning art and music venue. Read more

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  7. Gaelchultur

    Dublin City, Dublin

    First class workshops on Irish culture from highly skilled and experienced facilitators.Gaelchultur, a centre for Irish language culture, is located on Curved Street in Dublin's Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar.
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  8. An Crannog

    Gweedore, Donegal

    An Chrannog is situated in the old vocational school, which is being developed by a local Co-operative, Comharchumann Forbartha Ghaoth Dobhair. Read more

  9. Gael Linn Irish Language Classes for Adults

    Gweedore, Donegal

    Gael-Linn offers an excellent opportunity for adults to learn Irish in relaxing surroundings this summer. The courses take place during July and August in the Donegal Gaeltacht, Gaoth Dobhair. Read more

  10. Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Courses are run throughout the year for adult learners of all standards, from absolute beginners to people who have a good standard of Irish or who are fluent. Read more

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