Unique presents from Ireland are thoughtful, beautiful reminders of this very special country.
While in earlier times there were hundreds of independent whiskey distilleries in Ireland, there are only three distilleries on the island still producing whiskey today. Each distillery has its own uniquehistory and heritage, as well as producing...
Commemorating military heroes and patriots in the Republic of Ireland can be a complex matter; this structure in Cork City is known as the National Monument.
Well, I´m traveling again! Where? To the southwest coast of Ireland, visiting the Mizen Head, Sheeps Head and Inchydoney Island in County Cork.
Learn the history behind Bunratty Castle by visiting this beautiful Irish locale (and the nearby folk park.) This is an experience not to be missed!
In order to prepare for taking a trip out to the Aran Islands, I read the journals of the dramatist John Millington Synge to get a preview of a rugged seacoast, fishing villages, and the Gaelic language. A year later, I and my brother-in-law sailed from Rossaveale to Inis Mor where we heard the...
Elegant, 18th century structure beside the Liffey, Dublin, formerly symbolized British rule but is now a symbol of the Republic of Ireland.
Belfast is the largest city and capital city of Northern Ireland. The place has been famous for having the biggest and most productive shipyard. One of its most notable creation was the RMS Titanic. Moreover, there are free things to do in Belfast that every tourist must take advantage of.
Edward Delaney's poignant statue of Wolfe Tone at the corner of St Stephen's Green in Dublin: deeply significant for the Republican idea in Ireland
This sedate Neoclassical structure in Dublin, Ireland, known as Iveagh House / Teach Uíbh Eachach, is the seat of the Republic of Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs. It was designed by Richard Cassels (1690-1751).