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    • 1.

      Dun na nGall or Donegal a Big Part of Magical Ireland

      by Ann Coveney - 2006-12-06
      Geographically in the north – politically in the south- this is rugged country.Wild coastlines, deserted beeches, looming mountains and expanses of bleak bog land make this one of the most magic...
    • 2.

      God, the Enemy of the People

      by Dr. Charles Sabillon - 2006-12-19
      Today we rarely see pictures of famine in our television sets and it is only the sub-Saharan region of Africa that stills endures them. However, up until the nineteenth century, even Europe was experi...
    • 3.

      Ireland - Land Of The Dance

      by Joseph Donegal - 2007-01-04
      Over the centuries Ireland developed a unique style of dance, but it's only in recent years it has come to the attention of the wider world -- and here's why.During the interval at the 1994 Eurovision...
    • 4.

      Ireland - Dublin: The Irish Capital Hardly Ever Irish

      by Joseph Donegal - 2007-01-04
      Dublin, capital of southern Ireland, has existed on the River Liffey for 1,100 years. Yet it has only been truly Irish for less than 100 of those -- and here's why.The Vikings from Scandinavia, were o...
    • 5.

      Natural Wonders of Ireland

      by Ann Coveney - 2007-01-18
      Ireland's beautiful unspoilt landscape has been an inspiration to poets and artists throughout the centuries. The verdant countryside lives up its name of being the 'Emerald Isle'. Ireland has a rich ...
    • 6.

      Booking an accommodation in Dublin, Ireland - Part 2

      by Steve Danzel - 2007-01-24
      Part 1 of this article discussed several factors that need to be considered when making a booking for your visit to Dublin and Ireland. A number of 5 star hotels in Dublin offer first class servic...
    • 7.

      Booking an accommodation in Dublin, Ireland - Part 3

      by Steve Danzel - 2007-01-24
      Parts 1 and 2 of this article discussed factors such as your budget, and location that need to be considered when making a booking for your visit to Dublin and Ireland. Dublin is divided into 5 ma...
    • 8.

      Restaurants and Dining in Dublin and Ireland

      by Steve Danzel - 2007-01-24
      If you want to feel the atmosphere of a place then have your lunch or afternoon coffee in a restaurant. Dublin is a great and modern place to visit, offering its visitors fine food for every taste...
    • 9.

      Booking an accommodation in Dublin, Ireland - Part 1

      by Steve Danzel - 2007-01-24
      Dublin has become one of the top tourist destinations in the world, and especially in Europe. Being a popular place, Dublin gets rushy during the tourist season and it becomes very difficult to fi...
    • 10.

      The Burren & theCliffs of Moher

      by Bruce Burnett - 2007-01-26
      The Burren, or boireann in Irish, means "rocky land." There are 160 square kilometers (62 square miles) of it covering most of the north west of County Clare on Ireland's rugged west coast. This plate...