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  1. Irish Language Courses

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Conradh na Gaeilge is a voluntary Irish language organisation, promoting Irish in all aspects of life in Ireland. The organisation runs Irish language courses all year round in the centre of Dublin. Read more

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  2. Conamara Irish Culture Experience

    Spiddal, Galway

    Cnoc Suain, the award-winning eco/cultural hill village of thatched stone cottages, dating back to 1691, offers a unique window into Irish/Gaelic culture. Read more

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  3. An Droichead

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Lárionad an Droichid is a modern, multi-award winning, ... Read more

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  4. An Díseart

    Dingle, Kerry

    Experience what makes The Dingle Peninsula unique in this Irish Language Workshop suitable for complete beginners. This Irish Language Workshop is a fun and easy way to experience the rare rare and wonderful heritage of this special place. Read more

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  5. 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

  6. Cultural Workshop Experience of Dingle

    Dingle, Kerry

    Get a unique insight into the language, culture and musical traditions of the Dingle Peninsula through Irish language workshops. Read more

  7. Colaiste Gaeilge an Leith-Triuigh

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Irish college with activities for adults and families located in the stunning location of Cloghane/Brandon in the Dingle Peninsula. Read more

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Gaillimh le Gaeilge

    Galway City, Galway

    Gaillimh le Gaeilge was established with the aim of promoting the Irish language, particularly as an economic resource in the Galway area.
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