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Molly Malone Dublin Ireland

For someone who trod this Earth for so brief a period, the youngest daughter of two fishmongers named Patrick and Colleen Malone had a far greater impact on those who knew her, and many who did not, than almost anyone … Continue reading

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Day Tours Unplugged wins Certificate of Excellence 2011

Congratulations! You’ve been awarded a Certificate of Excellence! Congratulations! You’ve earned a Certificate of Excellence. Travelers have shared their opinions on TripAdvisor and they are impressed with the quality of your business. Now make other potential guests aware of your … Continue reading

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Day Tours for small groups visiting Dublin port on Cruise Ship

Day Tours for Cruise Ship Passengers visiting Dublin Ireland 2011 Irelands High Crosses We offer spectacular day tours from Dublin port for cruise ship passengers Our tours will save you a fortune on the price charged by the cruise shipping agents. … Continue reading

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1916 rebels responsible for first ever radio broadcast

Did you know that the rebels were responsible for the world’s first-ever radio broadcast? In 1916 wireless communication was in its infancy and, in general, signals were targeted to particular receiving stations. The idea that a signal might be just … Continue reading

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Irish monk discovers America?

Did you know? America was allegedly first discovered by an Irish monk, St Brendan, who was born around 484AD. Following the discovery of examples of Ogham, an ancient Celtic Script, on stone carvings in Wyoming County, West Virginia, it would … Continue reading

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Ghosts of Malahide Castle – Myths & Legends

Ghosts of Malahide Castle Malahide Castle with its 800 year old family history is haunted with many unseen and unknown spirits and their presence is felt in every room.Many historic castles and houses have one ghost, some have two or … Continue reading

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Four Courts – Dublin city buildings – Inns Quay Dublin 1

Four Courts              Inns Quay Dublin 1  Architect – Thomas Cooley (died 1784) then James Gandon Neoclassical style built 1776 – 1796 costing (£114,000) General introduction to Four Courts history; In 1775 it was deemed that the location of the old Four Courts, … Continue reading

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