Ireland’s literary romance really is one for the books.
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Immerse yourself in Joyce’s Dublin for Bloomsday
How Lord of the Rings was inspired by the Burren in County Clare
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The museum is the cottage birthplace of World War I poet, Francis E. Ledwidge. It is a perfect example of a 19th Century...
Galway City Centre Library is located on St Augustine Street in Galway City Centre. It is one of three city branches...
SelfMade is a platform to explore DIY music in Ireland whose events take in both discussions and performances.
Established in 1707 Marsh's Library is the oldest public library in Ireland Located in Dublin City, the library was...
Dating back to 1909, Pearse Street Library houses the Dublin Collection, which comprises Dublin and daily newspapers...
This fascinating event focuses on what life was like 150 years in Victorian-era Ireland when Ireland was part of the...
Situated in the heart of Dublin City Centre, the Chester Beatty Library opens a window on the artistic treasures of...
The village of Drumcliffe, County Sligo is famous for being the final resting place of W.B.Yeats, whose grave is in...
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