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Discover Legends and stories from Hill of Tara County Meath Ireland with Day tours unplugged

The most familiar role played by the Hill of Tara in Irish history is as the seat of the kings of Ireland until the 6th century. This role extended until the 12th century, albeit without its earlier splendor. Regardless, the … Continue reading

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Private Half Day tour to Newgrange from Dublin with one of our expert guides

Newgrange Tour Newgrange, in the Boyne Valley, Co. Meath, is Ireland’s best-known prehistoric monument, and is arguably Europe’s finest example of a megalithic passage grave. Built around 3200 BC (according to the most reliable Carbon 14 dating technique carried out … Continue reading

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Wicklow Glendalough day tour a must see, its spectacular

County Wicklow can be found on the east coast of Ireland, just below Dublin. It is a popular weekend getaway for Dubliners escaping the city for some rest and relaxation. Sometimes called the Garden of Ireland, County Wicklow has magnificent … Continue reading

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U2 Fans check this out Things to do in Dublin June – September 2012

(June – September)  U2 manager Paul McGuinness will open U2: 1978-81 at the Little Museum of Dublin Thursday, May 10th. The exhibition features 33 rare early photographs of U2. It’s the first time that the photographs have ever been exhibited, … Continue reading

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St Valentines Relics in Dublin Ireland

In 1835 an Irish Carmelite by the name of John Spratt was visiting Rome. He was well known in Ireland for his skills as a preacher and also for his work among the poor and destitute in Dublin’s Liberties area. … Continue reading

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The Legend of Saint Valentine

The Roman Martyrology commemorates two martyrs named Valentine (or Valentinus) on February 14 which seems to indicate that both were beheaded on the Flaminian Way, one at Rome the other at Terni which is some 60 miles from Rome. Valentine … Continue reading

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Titanic Belfast day tours from Dublin

Titanic Belfast day tour from Dublin, book your seat now the Full story in nine galleries: The dramatic £90 million ($134 million) Titanic Belfast visitor attraction opens shortly. Here is a preview of what’s inside: it’s more of a journey than … Continue reading

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