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In the Shadows of Steam’ is a stunning new collaboration between 4 acclaimed artists, producers and composers from around the UK and Ireland: Erland Cooper, Hannah Peel, Michael Keeney and Tommy McLaughlin. Tracing the lost lines of the railways of Donegal and Northern Ireland, still etched and hidden beneath Irish soil, this specially commissioned work draws on the wonder and memories of a time only now visible by a track through the hills and country.

In the Shadows of Steam’ is a stunning new collaboration between 4 acclaimed artists, producers and composers from around the UK and Ireland: Erland Cooper, Hannah Peel, Michael Keeney and Tommy McLaughlin. Tracing the lost lines of the railways of Donegal and Northern Ireland, still etched and hidden beneath Irish soil, this specially commissioned work draws on the wonder and memories of a time only now visible by a track through the hills and country.

The Grianan of Aileach is an Iron Age stone fortress that was occupied from about 800 BC till about 1200 CE. According to legend, it was built by the renowned Kind Daghda of the Tuatha de Danann. Supposedly, the king’s son Aeah was buried in the center of the fortress.

The ‘Grianan of Aileach’ or ‘Stone House of the Sun’ was founded by Druids 1700 years before the coming of Christ. (The Grianan of Aileach is a group of historic structures atop a 244 metres hill in County Donegal, Ireland.

You can’t come to Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day and not experience one of our world famous Irish pubs. The Lonely Planet says of the Irish pub ‘they are the great leveller where status and rank hold no sway, where generation gaps are bridged, inhibitions lowered, tongues loosened, schemes hatched, songs sung, stories told and gossip embroidered’.

You can’t come to Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day and not experience one of our famous pubs. Read on for the 4 best Irish pubs to visit on St Patrick's Day.

Loose Ends is a major new art project by world-renowned Derry/Donegal artist Willie Doherty, commissioned by Donegal County Council, which explores the legacy of the 1916 Easter Rising. The work builds on Doherty’s interest in the relationship between landscape and memory, and is shot in sites of contested history in Donegal and Dublin www.eaf.ie

Loose Ends is a major new art project by world-renowned Derry/Donegal artist Willie Doherty, commissioned by Donegal County Council, which explores the legacy of the 1916 Easter Rising. The work builds on Doherty’s interest in the relationship between landscape and memory, and is shot in sites of contested history in Donegal and Dublin www.eaf.ie

Irish landscape, beautiful

Ancient, Dunluce Castle, Northern Ireland I've always wanted to visit Ireland, and not just for the beautiful landscape.

Cottage On A Landscape, Inishmaan, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland

coastalcottage: Inishmaan, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland (High angle view of a cottage on a landscape by IIC/ Axiom on Getty Images)

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