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Tethering at The
Eccentric Orbit Monument Portmarnock Beach, or finding a practical use for a beach monument!
Summer 2013. Pic by Voni.
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A Day out with RTE`s Six-One News team John Kirlraine and Camera Crew, aboard the
Dublin Bay Cruises St. Bridget, on its maiden voyage across Dublin Bay on Friday 10th May 2013.
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– ON THIS DAY 1981 ASGARD II A brigantine, the Irish national sail training vessel was commissioned on 7 March 1981, and sadly sank in the Bay of Biscay 11 September 2008, 37 km south-west of Belle-Île-en-Mer.
Asgard II was named after the famous yacht
Howth Harbour , September 2007.
Picture by Voni Burns, September 2007 at Howth Harbour Dublin Ireland.
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Eyes blinked, steel steed halts, Through clouds scream sound,
No tears of salt, On this ground no man to be found.
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The Gaelic Chieftain
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The Gaelic Chieftain
The battlefield at Curlew Pass
Sculpture by Maurice Harron 1999
On The Curlew Mountains, County Roscommon, on the border of County Sligo stands
The Gaelic Chieftain on the site of the Battle of Curlew Pass, fought in August 1599, when a Gaelic Irish force under Hugh Roe O’Donnell defeated an English column during the Nine Years War.
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