A literary pilgrimage through the streets of Dublin + Related slideshow: Dublin as a city of words : The places that inspired the city’s best stories
"A bronze statue of Kavanaugh recalls his poem, Lines Written on a Seat on the Grand Canal, Dublin."
"is a family-run, fun based venue for a variety of entertainment, tourism and educational programs...
Our educational programs have an interactive, 'Hands-On' focus, visitors get to participate in all activities.
For international tourists - learn about live Irish culture the fun way!
Dance a jig, play the bodhráin, cut turf in a bog, bake brown soda bread, see a sheepdog at work and more!...
Causey Farm is situated 5 miles from Kells in County Meath, just 40 miles from Dublin, Ireland."
of Ireland (Wikipedia)
1 Geological development
2 Rocks and soil types
3 Mountain ranges
4 Rivers and lakes
7 Islands and peninsulas
9 Political and human geography
10 Natural resources 10.1 Bogs 10.2 Oil, natural gas and minerals...
- Regions Of Ireland
"Ireland and Northern Ireland together constitute thirty two counties,
twenty six in the Republic and six in Northern Ireland (part of the
Dublin Ireland - East Coast and Midlands Ireland - Northern Ireland
- North West Of Ireland - Shannon Region Of Ireland - South East Ireland
South West Ireland - West Of Ireland
- Map of Ireland (ireland-map.co.uk)
"The island of Ireland is divided into four historic regions: Ulster,
Connaught, Leinster and Munster.
Each region contains multiple counties.
The counties of Donegal, Monaghan and Cavan in Ulster belong to the
Republic of Ireland.
The remainder of Ulster belongs to the UK and is known as Northern Ireland."
- 'A View On Cities',
a site dedicated to the sights and attractions in some of the world's
"a steep rocky island in the Atlantic Ocean about 9 miles (14.5 kilometres) from the coast of County Kerry, Ireland...
The Gaelic monastery, which is situated almost at the summit of the 230-metre-high rock became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996."
"Perfectly preserved ancient monastery in an impossibly dramatic location on a rocky island in the Atlantic."
"An incredible, impossible, mad place. I tell you the thing does not belong to any world that you and I have lived and worked in; it is part of our dream world." - George Bernard Shaw
- Ireland - a webquest ou en PDF
Webquest sur l'Irlande et l'Irlande du Nord qui concerne la géographie et l'histoire - niveau 3ème - pour préparer le visionnage du film 'Bloody Sunday' de Paul Greengrass.
Envoyée par Hortense de La Roche (Ac Versailles)
a Trip to the Emerald Isle.
"Your job is to follow the steps of the Web Quest to find out
all that we need to know before we go.
When you're done, you'll have a Web Book to take on your trip..."