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Six Can’t-Miss Historical Sites in County Roscommon

Six Can’t-Miss Historical Sites in County Roscommon

Posted by Julia Brodsky on 25th Jun 2019

Located in the province of Connacht, Roscommon takes its name from the Irish ros, meaning a “wooded hill,” and Comán, the name of the abbot who founded the first Christian monastery there in 550. It is the birthplace of many notable Irishmen, including first President of Ireland, Douglas Hyde, and a …
The Best of ShamrockGift.com for Your Summer Lifestyle

The Best of ShamrockGift.com for Your Summer Lifestyle

Posted by Jessica Sommerfield on 24th Jun 2019

Part of the fun activities when you are out for a summer trip to Ireland is doing shopping for both gifts and items that you need to enjoy the summer holiday more. If you're looking to add a bit of Irish flair to your summer, ShamrockGift.com has the best selection of Celtic souvenirs and gifts, clo …
Folklore Friday: The Four Cycles of Irish Mythology

Folklore Friday: The Four Cycles of Irish Mythology

Posted by Olivia O'Mahony on 21st Jun 2019

To put it plainly, the mythology of Ireland is comparable to a large, colorful Celtic knot — that is, beautiful, overflowing with meaning, and very often nigh-impossible to untangle. Timelines blur; facts seem to flip; characters that seemed to have a concrete home in one story dart like white rabbi …
The Four Provinces of Ireland: The Best Things to See and Do in Connacht

The Four Provinces of Ireland: The Best Things to See and Do in Connacht

Posted by Jessica Sommerfield on 19th Jun 2019

Historically, the Irish provinces were a group of kingdoms with squishy shifting borders and rich history and culture. Modern Ireland has four provinces: Leinster in the east, Connacht in the west, Ulster in the north, and Munster in the south. Every Wednesday this June, we're bringing you our trave …
The Top 5 Things to Do in County Waterford

The Top 5 Things to Do in County Waterford

Posted by Adam Farley on 18th Jun 2019

County Waterford in the southeast of Ireland is known best for its Viking past and Norman monuments. Waterford City, founded in 914 by Viking settlers, is officially the oldest city in the country, but the name is a bit of a misnomer. Waterford, it turns out, actually comes from the Norse word Veðra …
Strongbow, Leinster, and the Norman Invasion of Ireland

Strongbow, Leinster, and the Norman Invasion of Ireland

Posted by Justine Mikaloff on 17th Jun 2019

Once upon a time, a man responded to a king’s request for help—and found himself becoming king. Although he was forced to walk a fine line between honoring the king of his homeland and fulfilling his responsibilities to his new land, he managed to hang on to power and thwart his enemies. This man wa …