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Christmas Tree Hanging Decorations. This marble is over 600 million years old, carved and hand polished by traditional craftsmen. A great gift at anytime especially Christmas
Patient Endurance The great Famine in Connemara by: Kathleen Villiers-Tuthill is the story of the anguish, humiliation and the pain the people of Connemara endured in their fight to survive the greatest calamity in Irish history.
In the first of a new series of extracts from Paul Gannon’s ‘Gaelic Sporting History’.
Dorothy is an artist of international repute. She works with diverse media which includes video, photography and sculpture. Connemara is now home to Cork-born Dorothy Cross and is the source of material and inspiration for much of her recent work.
Traditional Irish fiddle-playing sisters, Liz and Yvonne Kane, are from Letterfrack, Connemara, Co. Galway. They released their third album ‘Side by Side’ in July 2010. Liz and Yvonne Kane, known as The Kane Sisters, are much respected musicians and educators. Born in Letterfrack, they were educated in Kylemore Abbey School. They were taught music by their grandfather, local fiddle player, Jimmy Mullen and Mary Finn, a Co.Sligo musician and teacher.
Merino Wool Connemara Sock
Merino wool socks renowned for its softness and breathability, made in Connemara for Connemara weather.
On Your Doorstep – Moths and Butterflies of Connemara, Written By Heather Greer, With a Foreword from Michael Viney.
As well as over 200 stunning photographs, on you doorstep covers:
The life cycle of moths and butterflies,
The defensive strategies of these creatures.
The joys to be gained from spotting and photographing them,
And a chapter highlighting the intimate relationship between the species which we see in Connemara and this region’s unique mix of habitats.
Beyond The Twelve Bens tells the story of the land that lies between the Twelve Bens and the Atlantic Ocean, and of the people who inhabited it during the years 1860 to 1923.
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