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~ Wednesday, May 30 ~
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 A wall crumbles down after having been set on fire, presumably by the IRA, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Abbas, 1972

A wall crumbles down after having been set on fire, presumably by the IRA, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Abbas, 1972

(Source: opcion)

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~ Saturday, May 5 ~
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Physical Culture Class from the Poole Collection, 27 April 1909.

Physical Culture Class from the Poole Collection, 27 April 1909.

(Source: catalogue.nli.ie)

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A fishing trawler returning to Skerries, Co. Dublin with a full catch, 1960.

A fishing trawler returning to Skerries, Co. Dublin with a full catch, 1960.

(Source: Flickr / nlireland)

Tags: birds sea ships Dublin Ireland
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Dublin Zoo, March 1936.

Dublin Zoo, March 1936.

(Source: Flickr / nlireland)

Tags: animals cats history Ireland
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March 1, 1897.

March 1, 1897.

(Source: Flickr / nlireland)

Tags: history people animals dogs horses Ireland Munster ships
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A very young member of the Irish Guards, pictured at Waterford Barracks with the regiment’s mascot, an Irish Wolfhound, Wednesday, 21 February 1917.
The dog was Leitrim Boy, out of Galtee Boy and Carlow Nora. Leitrim Boy was born on Tuesday, 12 November 1907, and so would have been 9years old when this photo was taken.

A very young member of the Irish Guards, pictured at Waterford Barracks with the regiment’s mascot, an Irish Wolfhound, Wednesday, 21 February 1917.
The dog was Leitrim Boy, out of Galtee Boy and Carlow Nora. Leitrim Boy was born on Tuesday, 12 November 1907, and so would have been 9years old when this photo was taken.

(Source: Flickr / nlireland)

Tags: animals history dogs people children Ireland олдскульный фотошоп на хвосте <3
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~ Sunday, March 11 ~
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Tags: landscape sea Donegal Ireland Portnoo
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~ Friday, March 9 ~
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Tags: nature cliffs landscape light sea Ireland
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~ Monday, February 27 ~
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A flautist and lambeg drummer marching with their Orange Lodge in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to celebrate the victory of William III over James II in 1690 and to re-affirm their loyalty to the king and empire. 12th July 1951.

A flautist and lambeg drummer marching with their Orange Lodge in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to celebrate the victory of William III over James II in 1690 and to re-affirm their loyalty to the king and empire. 12th July 1951.

(Source: gettyimages.co.uk)

Tags: history people Ireland Belfast glorious memory
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~ Sunday, February 26 ~
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~ Sunday, February 19 ~
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Mr. Bond with his Irish Setter “Derry Sunsrar” arrives at the Belfast Championship Dog Show. September 1912

Mr. Bond with his Irish Setter “Derry Sunsrar” arrives at the Belfast Championship Dog Show. September 1912

Tags: history people animals dogs faces Ireland UK
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~ Wednesday, January 25 ~
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A field covered in cobwebs, Ballyandreen, Ireland.

A field covered in cobwebs, Ballyandreen, Ireland.

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~ Wednesday, January 11 ~
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2 December 1923, A group of students from Mallow pictured at De La Salle College, Waterford. Many of the young Corkmen are wearing the Fáinne rings and/or Pioneer badges on their lapels, showing that they speak Irish (enthusiastically) and abstain from alcohol.
I like huge old group photos.

2 December 1923, A group of students from Mallow pictured at De La Salle College, Waterford. Many of the young Corkmen are wearing the Fáinne rings and/or Pioneer badges on their lapels, showing that they speak Irish (enthusiastically) and abstain from alcohol.

I like huge old group photos.

(Source: Flickr / nlireland)

Tags: history Ireland
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Rampart Walk at Navan, Co. Meath, circa 1897

Rampart Walk at Navan, Co. Meath, circa 1897

(Source: Flickr / nlireland)

Tags: history people nature water Ireland
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A group taking the waters at the Twin Wells on the banks of the River Aille at Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare.Lisdoonvarna is Ireland’s only Spa town, and the healthy benefits of the water were noted as early as 1740.

A group taking the waters at the Twin Wells on the banks of the River Aille at Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare.Lisdoonvarna is Ireland’s only Spa town, and the healthy benefits of the water were noted as early as 1740.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Tags: history people Ireland she looks so happy
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