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Celtic Ireland

Saints of Ireland: The Real Patrick

Saints of Ireland: The Real Patrick

Celtic Ireland ,

Origins of St. Patrick’s Day As early as the 9th or 10th century, the Irish observed March 17th as a religious holiday honoring Ireland’s patron saint who died on this date in 461 AD. By the 17th century, a tradition for observing Patrick’s saint day had been established that included attending mass in the morning

The Wilder Townhouse, Dublin

The Wilder Townhouse : Dublin, Ireland; Not Your Average Boutique Hotel

The Wilder Townhouse : Dublin, Ireland; Not Your Average Boutique Hotel

The Wilder Townhouse, Dublin ,

On the quiet corner of a busy city, just off Adelaide Road, sits The Wilder Townhouse. The hotel itself only opened its doors earlier last summer, but the building is a listed Victorian building – meaning it must be preserved and certain features like its red brick exterior cannot be altered. Its origin as “A

Bewleys, Dublin

Bewley’s | A Dublin Locality

Bewley’s | A Dublin Locality

Bewleys, Dublin ,

A Diamond in the Rough In the middle Equipoise info site of Grafton Street, sitting alongside the multinational chain shops and the restaurants you can find in every major city, is a gem. While it is now found in Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, Bewley’s long and proud history makes it a

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know ,

At the Dublin Book Festival 2018, Ireland’s place in literary history was highlighted and celebrated, and a new batch of authors were released to the scene in order that they may test their skill and luck in the battle for literary glory. For such a small country, Ireland has held a strong place in the

Dublin Book Festival

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Bibliophile’s Paradise

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Bibliophile’s Paradise

Dublin Book Festival ,

Anyone who’s been to Dublin knows it is a city steeped in history. Or is it a town? It’s sort of that awkward middle ground where it should really be a city, but isn’t quite big enough. Anyway, I digress. Smock Alley Theatre, host to this year’s Dublin Book Festival, is no less historic than