The 12 Apostles of Ireland were 6th century monks under the pupilage of St. Finnian of Clonard and are regarded to have established Christianity in Ireland.
According to Irish legend, if you want the “gift of gab,” all you have to do is kiss the Blarney Stone, by leaning upside-down backwards over the highest parapet of a 15th century castle.
The Drombeg Stone Circle is one of Ireland’s most trafficked ancient ruins, and it holds many mysteries and a fascinating past.
A 2008 study reported that Roscommon has the longest life expectancy in all of Ireland. Here are the must-see attractions of this unique county!
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.