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Scenery of Ireland
Spectacular, picturesque, awe-inspiring, panoramic, tranquil,
these are just some of the adjectives used to describe the magnificent
scenery of Ireland that's loved throughout the world. From "The
Lakes of Killarney"
Cliffs of Moher"
and from "The
Mountains of Mourne",
it's all here in this program, from the four corners of Ireland.
In addition to the great scenery, there's a wonderful Irish music
soundtrack that will keep you entertained musically as you watch
the beauty of the lakes the mountains and the rivers of the Emerald
Ireland: From Prehistory to the Middle Ages
One of Ireland's enchantments is its ruins, dating back thousands
of years. The book combines archaeological evidence with deep
knowledge of Irish
to render an informative description of hundreds of Irish Ancient
Ireland: An Explorer's Guide (Travel).
Most Beautiful Villages of Ireland
Clusters of white cottages huddled in a fold between hills of
an unbelievably rich green, villages of a single street, dazzling
in their array of color washes and picturesque shop and bar signs.
Such are the villages of Ireland, the most beautiful of which
are captured in the most evocative photographs. The
spirit of rural Ireland.
Inns of Britain and Ireland
Britain and Ireland are famous for their inns and hostelries and
their ghosts. It seems that our favorite haunts are also those
of resident wraiths intent on revisiting their past in the cozy
confines of centuries-old pubs. Ghostly monks, Victorian ladies,
and murdered soldiers abound. Irish
(Eyewitness Travel Guides)
You will be hard-pressed to find a more comprehensive, engrossing
and just plain fun-to-read guidebook than the Eyewitness Travel
Guide To Ireland. Spilling over with all sorts of useful information
for the traveler, you will find three-dimensional drawings, floor
plans, detailed neighborhood maps with a street-finder index,
and even historical timelines. Broken into several sections, including
Introducing Ireland, Ireland Region by Region, and Traveler's
Needs, the guide paints a complete picture of the country of Ireland.
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Planet Ireland (Lonely Planet Ireland)
Of The Welcomes
In Ireland Of The Welcomes Magazine, the articles are varied and
extremely well written. You'll find subjects as predictable as
the life of St Patrick and how Waterford crystal is made to how
bogs are formed and the treasures that lie within them. The photography
will make you want to tour all of Ireland. British
Your Irish Roots
Whether building a family tree or simply researching the history
of their ancestors, people of Irish heritage will find the means
to track down elusive family records and relatives in this detailed
and practical handbook. Throughout history, genealogy has been
highly valued by the Celtic people. The heads of Irish families
often could enumerate their ancestors far back to times of legend,
to Conn of the Hundred Battles, or to Queen Medb herself. Ancestor-hunting
is particularly important to the descendants of those who left
Ireland during the great emigration of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Here those descendants will learn how to undertake a genealogical
search and develop it as far as possible using parish registers,
census returns, gravestone inscriptions, newspapers, and birth,
death, and marriage certificates. From finding family information
online to tracking down public records, the methods revealed in
this resource help sort through all the genealogical information
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