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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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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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Saint Stephen’s Green Dublin Ireland – Dublin’s Georgian squares

St. Stephen’s Green is located in a central position in south-east Dublin and it’s probably Ireland’s best known public park situated in Europe’s most extensive square. It’s also the largest park in a Georgian square with its 22 acres (89.000 … Continue reading

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Dublin writers – Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu – Mysteries & Ghost stories 1814-1873.

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu   1814-1873. Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu was born in 45 Lower Dominick Street on the Northside of Dublin. He was the son of a Church of Ireland Rector Thomas Philip Le Fanu, the family name is of … Continue reading

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