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Bird Song - Co. Galway
The sound of birdsong in County Galway, recorded in May 2020.
Gortmore Walled Garden, Marlfield
The high walls of a fine walled garden still stand proudly at the crossroads near St. Patrick’s Well, Marlfield, County ...
Possible Boulder Burial Stones, Kintogher, Co. Sligo
Four possible boulder burial stones were identified on a north-facing slope in Kintogher townland in 2008 by archaeologist Faith Bailey. Possibly ...
Bullaun stone, Rathcormac, Co. Sligo
A bullaun stone serves as an informal holy water font in front of the statue of St. Colmcille on the ...
Knockelly Castle, Fethard, Co. Tipperary
Knockelly Castle, Fethard, Co Tipperary What are people’s favourite 5k walks? Mine is to walk by Knockelly Castle. A nice hilly ...
Kilcash Romanesque Church
Article from my blog Re Kilcash Romanesque Church, Co Tipperary. I have been cocooning (due to an underlying heart condition) since ...
An Ancient Approach: Glendalough's Stepping Stones
In the early drought conditions of 2018, while on a morning ramble, a set of very noticeable stones were visible ...
Glendalough Heritage Forum, Co. Wicklow
The Medieval Bray Project, Co. Wicklow
Glens of Lead, Co. Wicklow
Donard / The Glen History Group, Co.Wicklow
Delgany Heritage Village, County Wicklow
Tobar Paraic, Monivea
Tobar Paraic, Corrafaireen, Ryehill, Monivea, Co. Galway GA071-023003- An ancient graveyard is situated on the south face of a series of ...
Moore Hall, Co. Mayo
Moore Hall, Co. Mayo In the middle of a conifer forest that was planted after the house was abandoned, this magnificent ...
St. Colmcille's Holy Well, Doonierin, County Sligo
Located on the seabed at Doonierin, just off the southern shoreline of Drumcliff Estuary, is a St. Colmcille’s Well, named ...
County Kerry Club, Denny St Tralee
The Devil’s Bit is an iconic mountain in mid Tipperary and probably the best place to get an overall view ...
Two Mile Bridge
The Two Mile Bridge is a four-arch bridge that spans the Tourig River which forms the boundary between counties Cork ...
Rag tree by Doon Holy Well
We visited Doon Rock and Holy Well in Donegal a sunny afternoon in 2019. By the well, there is a ...
St. Nicholas Church and Graveyard/ Teampull na Plaighe
The church and graveyard of St. Nicholas also know as Old Bridge cemetery is located on the south side of ...
Kilnatoora Castle is an impressive five storey medieval tower house which stands on a rock precipice overlooking the Tourig River ...
Step Eight: Irish Community Archive Network
Check to see if one of the online archives in the Irish Community Archive Network covers your 5k area. Community groups ...
James Francis Taylor
Thank you for drawing our attention to the typo in the above post - this has now been corrected.
Just fyi, Martin Haverty bought land in West Limerick in 1853 through the encumbered estate act, becoming a small, very...
I would love to find out more about Haverty road being called after Martin Haverty. Are there any papers relating...
“No Worry” Share My Memories: Mary Kenny, née Farrell of Newcastle, Aughrim, Co. Galway
A lovely read . I printed out a copy for my dad , he was Tom and John's neighbour and...
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