The 1916 Easter Rising with Patrick Pearse and William Pearse. Executed in Kilmainham Jail, Dublin Ireland
President John F Kennedy at Arbour Hill Memorial Park in 1963 Ireland. The 1916 Easter Rising leaders are executed and buried in Dublin. JFK visits Arbour Hill on 28 June and lays a wreath in Stoneybatter Dublin 7.
Many tons of untapped gold reserves may exist in the British Isles. Recent years have seen increased efforts to find untold riches in both the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland.
The Irish Celts were a fierce people who called themselves Gaels and had the longest Celtic history in the British Isles.
President John F Kennedy at Arbour Hill Memorial Park in Stoneybatter Dublin Ireland in 1963. The Leaders of the Easter Rising are buried here.
The legend of St. Patrick banishing the Snakes from Ireland has inspired generations of Irish craftsman and poets. The story has been embraced by the Irish and is part of their national identity.
Norman warlords arrived in Ireland in 1169 in search of land in fortune. In 1171 King Henry II of England laid claim to Ireland, starting a long and conflicted relationship between the two countries.
Early Medieval Ireland (500-800 CE) was known as the Land of Saints and Scholars. This was because, once Christianity arrived in Ireland around 400 CE, it spread quickly. By the seventh century there were many monasteries and convents dotted across...