Irish Celtic mythology is traditionally defined by four cycles, each encompassing a different era of Ireland’s folkloric past.
County Waterford in the southeast of Ireland is known best for its Viking past and Norman monuments.
When the Earl of Pembroke Richard de Clare, better known as Strongbow, invaded Ireland at the request of an Irish king, he unknowingly ushered in a new era of Irish history.
The plot of Saving Private Ryan is ripped straight from the true story of the Niland brothers, Irish Catholic siblings from upstate New York.
The province of Leinster, in Ireland’s east, is the home of Dublin and some of the oldest and most stunning archeological sites in the country.
County Tyrone in Northern Ireland is replete with green pastures, wooded trails, and epic historical sites and cultural centers.