Read more about the article Anniversary of Alexander Bell’s Death Remembered by Mayo Author
An old Irish telephone box, a rarity these days. Photo: Michael Larkin.

Anniversary of Alexander Bell’s Death Remembered by Mayo Author

While the 100th anniversary of Alexander Bell's death on August 2nd might not strike a chord with everyone, for one County Mayo author, the remembrance of the famous telephone inventor…

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Read more about the article Famous Landmarks from Irish History that Every First-Time Visitor Should See
Blarney Castle is a favorite destination for many tourists to Cork. Photo: Pixabay.

Famous Landmarks from Irish History that Every First-Time Visitor Should See

It’s hard not to fall in love with Ireland. Its wonderland of green fields looking like a patchwork quilt from the air, its rich historical heritage, and the laidback nature…

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Read more about the article The Easter Rising: A Guide to Dublin in 1916
The GPO in Dublin, the site of fierce fighting during the Easter Rising of 1916. Photo courtesy of Alan Byrne, AB Tours.

The Easter Rising: A Guide to Dublin in 1916

The Easter Rising of 1916 that began on Easter Monday (April 24th) in the heart of Dublin was perhaps the most pivotal moment in 20th-century Irish history. This post and…

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Read more about the article Belfast and the Titanic: An Epic Journey
Early morning at the Titanic Quarter in Belfast. Photo: Greg Clarke, https://www.flickr.com/photos/leppre/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Belfast and the Titanic: An Epic Journey

In the early 1800s, Belfast may have seemed like an unlikely place for a large shipbuilding operation. The Lagan River, which is the main river that runs through Belfast, could…

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