Cork « Our Ireland

By: Our Ireland  05/12/2011

A Brief History Of Cork

Cork was founded in the 7th Century which is why there are so many magnificent attractions and such a vibrant culture in the area. Cork was first recognized because of the abbey, which led to the invasion of the Vikings and then later by the English in 1172. During the [..]


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Misc « Our Ireland

Whether you are fourth generation Irish American, or native to Co. Kerry, Our Ireland’s growing archive of Irish related articles will be of interest to you and your family. Our Ireland is an Irish Interest Resource for the Irish people Worldwide. The Irish community of the world.


05/12/2011

Places To Visit In Ireland « Our Ireland

Not only will you enjoy the challenge of the mountain itself, but we hope you will be inspired by the peninsula’s landscapes, seascapes and the rich heritage that surrounds this high region generally. For hikers and mountaineers visiting the west of Ireland, Mount Brandon on Dingles Peninsula is a place you must visit.


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Brehon Law « Our Ireland

Brehon’s were influential in Irish society and many were attached to Chiefs as council as well as resolving. It is an ancient Celtic Irish legal system that was in use in Ireland up to the 17th Century. A judge in Ireland was known as a Brehon, thus the use of the title Brehon Law.


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Driving In Ireland « Our Ireland

Using public transport is usually a good way of getting around in the towns and cities where driving around can be quite congested. Visitors to Ireland wishing to explore the country would be wise to consider their transport options in advance. However if you are heading out of town to explore the stunning Irish.


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Dublin « Our Ireland

Continuing on from my first article about the 10 things you must see while visiting in Dublin, I am going to cover the second half of things you must see. Included in this list are St Stephen’s Green, Dublin Castle, the General Post Office and Kilmainham Gaol. Visitors should see Dublin accommodation.