A brave holy knight who rescued a fair maiden from a dragon is England's patron saint. But are we getting our Georges mixed up? Was he a man of peace, or figurehead of the Crusaders?
The town of St Ives in Cornwall UK is said to have a special quality of light that makes it appealing to artists. This article discusses the phenomenon.
Saint George is the Patron Saint of England ~ celebrated on 23rd April. But who is ~ or was ~ this George? And how did he become the patron saint of the English? And was he really a 'dragon-slayer'?!
The United Kingdom (UK) and its territories the Ireland (and the Northern Ireland), Wales, Scotland and England produced many known personalities in the world of entertainment, culture, arts, history and the body of...
Are Leprechauns real? The Legends of leprechauns and Ireland - Why Ireland, and why rainbows and pots of gold. Little old shoemakers or playful imps?
English pubs, historic pubs, pub names, Inspector Morse, English pub, medieval inns, pubs of London, English pubs,Martha Grimes, Inspector Richard Jury, Welsh pubs - a fun round-up of articles about pubs
The National Symbols and Emblems of Ireland National symbols and emblems are important part of a culture of a country. It speaks of their identity and what they stand for in their life. Furthermore it shows their...
A Traditional Saint Patrick's Day Menu and Recipes
This free quiz can be used at any Burns Night event or Scottish party to add to the fun, and also to educate those who perhaps may not know so much about one of Scotland's most well loved and famous personages.
We do not always hear about famous Irish, especially when they are humble. One member of The Irish Tenors lost both legs and became an Olympic medalist several times afterward. We want to hear more.