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Game of Thrones Studio Tour: How to Go Behind the Scenes

Sad the amazing Game of Thrones is ending? An exciting Game of Thrones attraction coming to Northern Ireland will take you behind the scenes...

The Valour of San Patricios Battalion

Around St. Patrick’s Day, people begin to witness Irish symbols and colours of green and gold everywhere. One place in history where you might be...

The Little Museum of Dublin

If you're heading to Ireland's Capital City soon make sure to visit the Little Museum of Dublin. It has become one of the best-loved...

The Myth of the Clurichaun

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Derry Girls: The Hit Northern Irish TV Show

As the second season of the critically acclaimed Irish sitcom, Derry Girls fast approaches in March, we thought we would explore the success of...

Game of Thrones: The Real History behind the Hit TV Series

Almost everyone has seen or heard of or watched the hit HBO series Game of Thrones. Ever since it debuted in 2011, Game of...

The Superstitious Fairy Trees in Ireland

Ireland has always been a place filled with fascinating folklore and stories. One very interesting folklore surrounds those of the mystical Irish Fairy trees....

Top Northern Ireland Attractions: Comprehensive Guide to Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland has an abundance of touristic sites, both historical and recreational. It’s a must-visit for those interested in history and also for families...

The Children of Lir: A Fascinating Irish Legend

The Children of Lir legend is a must know story that will meet your curiosity for history. So, if you're the type of person...

The Curious Case of Irish Curses

An island people the Irish may be, yet the history of Ireland has never been insular or inward-looking. Instead, it is a story of...