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A Nation Calls

A Nation Calls Its Children Home The arrival of the Winter months and the approaching festive season for many means the return of loved ones home. Well over a million people will pass through Dublin Airport this Christmas. As a nation, Ireland’s greatest export has always been its people. A nation with a long history […]

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Gifts for Christmas

The process in crafting these unique pieces is a long and detailed road. The designers are continuously bringing their sketches and artwork to 3D life with the assistance of highly skilled craftsmanship. Each season, new pieces are being introduced to the range as we keep up to date with new trends, ideas, finishes, colours, and […]

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Surnames

Irish Origenes This map contains all medieval surnames of Ireland. The size is approx. 36inches by 36inches The Clan Territories of Ireland contains the area where the original surname originated. The Castles of Ireland shows a vast amount of castles and their locations through out Ireland from ancient times, very valuable as witnessed when researching […]

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Easter

Easter time represents an important annual commemoration in Ireland. Every Easter, O’Connell Street in Dublin is lined with people to mark the anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising. This historical event was the catalyst for the nation’s ultimate independence and the creation of a Republic.     82 years later, an equally historic event for […]

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Saint Patrick’s Day

Saint Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. In rural Ireland or ‘down the country’ as we say, St Patrick’s Day is much more likely to be celebrated in traditional style, […]

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Turf Craft

An seodra Ceilteach ata lamhshaothraithe as moin de chuid na hEireann chireann se i gcuimhne duinn na scileanna a bhi ag na seancheardaithe seo. Celtic jewellery hand-worked in Irish turf is a reminder of the skills of these ancient craftspeople.   Is cuid suntasasach na hEireann an moin i. Deanann Brian Mac Ir a chuid […]

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Death

We first become ‘intimate’ with Death when a family member passes away. Until then, like most people, we would have attended funerals, probably had many sorrowful moments when the coffins were carried out of the church and laid to rest. Then you would go home and carry on with life, feeling sadness for the loss […]

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Ireland

Ireland, Texas was named after a former Texas Governor, John Ireland. It is about sixteen miles northwest of the town Gatesville. Prior to the arrival of the Stephenville and South Texas Railroad it was known as Hamco – named after the towns located on the shared Hamilton-Coyell line. Ireland reached its peak population of 400 […]

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History Makers

We all make history It has always been the lives of ordinary people that make history interesting for me. Invasions, conquests, political wheeling and dealing – you can keep them! They’re not a fraction as absorbing. The conflicts of history are studied and analysed endlessly, yet what holds my attention is the casual recounting of […]

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Irish Origenes

Find out your Irish Origenes and Clan Territories and where your family Castle is with this great Christmas Gift.

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