Cobh Museum "is situated overlooking Cork Harbour.
Formerly known as Queenstown, Cobh has a long association with emigration and was the last port of call for the Titanic.
The exhibitions reflect the cultural, social and maritime history of Cobh and the Great Island." + Links to Local Attractions & Tours (cobhmuseum.com)
Culture and Customs(irishcultureandcustoms.com) Site Index | Kids | Kitchen | Shopping | Poetry | Weddings | Travel
| Basic Irish | Quotes | Books | Music | Movies | Trivia | Blessings
| Links | Jokes |
Culture - The Talk and Sounds of Ireland(irelandseye.com)
"Irish culture is rich in its diversity.
In this section of Irelandseye.com we give you a series of articles
on many aspects of this culture.
From the many great Irish dishes including Boxty and Champ.
We also bring you a complete section on Irish names including family
names, first names and place names.
Irish culture also extends to the Irish language and amazing stories
of Irish myth and legend..."
1 Farming and rural tradition 1.1 Townlands, villages,
parishes and counties 1.2 Land ownership and land hunger
2 Family life
3 Holidays and festivals
4 Cultural institutions, organisations and events 4.1 Institutions
and organisations 4.2 Events
6 Literature and the arts
7 Food and drink 7.1 Food in early Ireland 7.2 The potato
in Ireland 7.3 Food in Ireland today 7.4 Pub culture
9 Media 9.1 Print 9.2 Radio 9.3 Television 9.4 Film
Bloomsday - June 16th
"is a commemoration observed annually on June 16th in Dublin and elsewhere to celebrate the life of IrishwriterJames Joyce and relive the events in his novel Ulysses, all of which took place on the same day in Dublin in 1904. Joyce chose the date because his first outing with his wife-to-be, Nora Barnacle happened on that day, when they walked to the Dublin urban village of Ringsend.
The name derives from Leopold Bloom, the protagonist of Ulysses...
The day involves a range of cultural activities including Ulysses readings and dramatisations, pub crawls and general merriment..." (Wikipedia)
"This ebook is an electronic talking book about Ireland created
by Mr. Aherne's 6th class.
Hear about Irish history, Irish geography, Irish government, Irish
language (Gaelic), Ireland's flag, Ireland's currency, and Irish symbols."
INTERACTIVE activities :
"Watch the slideshow (with videos) and play the game. All the answers are in the show. Good Luck!" Created byRenée Maufroid. (Ac. Lille)
Diaporamasur l'Irlande à projeter avec un vidéoprojecteur,
les élèves devant interroger leurs camarades : Have
you ever + PP ?
- activité créée par Estelle
Piron pour des élèves de 4ème, en parallèle
avec une séquence du manuel SPRING.
The Story of Tuan Mac Cairill - The Boyhood of Fionn - The Birth of
Bran - Oisin's Mother - The Wooing of Becfola - The Little Brawl at
The Carl of the Drab Coat - The Enchanted Cave of Cesh Corran - Mongan's
”Molly Malone” is a popular song which has acquired the status of an Irish anthem. It has become one of the unofficial anthems of Dublin City.
It tells the tale of a beautiful fishmonger who plied her trade on the streets of Dublin, but died young, of a fever." + Lyrics
+ Activities (lewebpedagogique.com)
Molly Malone"(also known as "Cockles and Mussels") is a popular song which
has acquired the status of an Irish anthem." - with the lyrics (Wikipedia) Listen
to the song. (YouTube)
The Murals of Northern Ireland "Murals have been painted in Northern Ireland for over 100 years.
In this documentary, leading murals historian Bill Rolston explains how they adapt to a changing political climate and the changing attitudes of republican and loyalist communities.
William Jackson, grandson of one of the first muralists, discusses the sense of identity that murals instill in communities.
Others look at murals as a tool for conflict transformation.
Jeanette Warke, manager of a youth centre in Derry~Londonderry, describes how they can have a positive impact on younger generations."