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Alexandra is now on mission in Europe. This week she interviews JP Fae and Kerry at the Hill of Tara, one of the most ancient and venerable sites in Ireland. 81 more words


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Expansion: A Traveler's Ruminations

Just a few days ago I was standing on the Hill of Tara near the city of Dublin. It was truly an incredible experience, a moment I will treasure always and a beauty that I will hold in my heart. 994 more words

For Artists

March 22, 2017 - Ireland, the place of peace and friendship

Ireland is like no other place I have been.  Other places have wonderful tourist attractions such as ancient buildings and ruins and museums and great food etc. 490 more words

A Spring in one's step

After the Donadea 50k, I wasn’t so much tired as very, very hungry! I ate anything that moved in the next few days. The watch guesstimated 4,200 plus calories died along the way for the cause. 411 more words


Ark of the Covenant and The Hill of Tara

During 1899 and 1902, members of the British-Israel Association of London came to Co Meath to dig up the Hill of Tara. These ‘British-Israelites’ believed they would find buried there the Ark of the Covenant, the chest said to contain the Ten Commandments inscribed on stone tablets. 649 more words

Irish History

Hill of Tara/Stone of Destiny (Photos) | Photo A Day | Ireland Landscape Photography

The Hill of Tara is in the Boyne River Valley and is the ancient site where the High Kings of Ireland were crowned. These actions go back thousands of years. 51 more words


Ancient Irish Olympics – The Lughnasa Games at Telltown

The Telltown or Tailtiu Games were said to have been instituted by the Gaelic god Lú Lamhfada Samildanách – Lugh­ the Long-Armed Master of the Arts, and are considered to be the Irish Olympics Games. 1,045 more words

Irish History