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Old Ireland 11h
Replying to @Merton43905548
I think it was 1973
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a cloud on a string Feb 26
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Old Ireland Feb 26
Sounds promising best of luck 💚
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Old Ireland Feb 26
Replying to @royaloakd8
Thanks 👍💚
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Old Ireland Feb 26
Brilliant, think this was around 1973 Anita. Loved those Summer projects I used to be going to same places, and Brittas etc with Mount Argus youth club in my early days!
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Old Ireland Feb 26
Replying to @VPLodge
Beautiful at the same time but I'm sure there's an open fire to retreat to or a warming drink to warm the insides.
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Old Ireland Feb 26
Replying to @1andonlyflower1
It's in the post link, a residents association day trip to Wicklow.
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Old Ireland Feb 26
Marrowbone Lane Dublin. A bit of history:
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Fulbright Ireland Feb 25
US Scholar to Ireland, Dr Patrick Wadden , will give a talk entitled "Becoming Irish in Late Antiquity" 4pm this Friday 28 Feb in Room B210, UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies & Folklore, Newman Building. ALL WELCOME
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John McCafferty Feb 26
26 Feb 1601: William Temple future Provost of comes close in to being executed for his part in the disasterous rebellion
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Old Ireland Feb 26
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Old Ireland Feb 26
I'd already worked on history of building and area, discussed potential stories(paid) . Then followed wasted UNPAID dismissive meeting, rushed opening, and now this a full year later. Back in touch now so will see what happens.
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BeerFoodTravel + History Feb 24
Here we go again... Distilleries - just like certain breweries - letting 'clever' marketing write and rewrite their history for them. I can feel 's frustration...
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Old Ireland Feb 25
Searches for jawdropping emoji!
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Old Ireland Feb 25
The Brazen Head, oldest pub in Dublin but looked a bit different just in 1981. Photo part of library and archive. Established in 1188 and meeting place of United Irishmen and hideout for rebel Robert Emmet. Have you been? Post:
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YourMentalHealth.ie Feb 17
When we’re rushing around and stressed out, sometimes we forget to be kind. You never know how much a simple smile or kind word can change someone’s day.
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Old Ireland Feb 25
Replying to @StackWax @RTEplayer
Yep one of my heroes. They are great snippets and the series is great. Little segments also played often
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Irish Archaeology Feb 25
Two Early Christian cross slabs at Durrow, Co. Offaly. This important early monastic site was founded by St Columba in the 6th century AD
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Old Ireland Feb 25
Replying to @StephenDaly1 @brndgtl
Yes proper planning reminiscent of the garden suburbs of London and England.
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Old Ireland Feb 25
Yes but not all underground, some people buried in the former graveyard of church of Nicholas Within and parishes of Michael & St. John & Nicholas Without had address listed as Hell, confirmed from parish registers from 17th & 18th century.
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