Explore Ireland Pictures, Coffee Shops and more!

Explore related topics

A Knightstown coffee shop

High resolution known places desktop wallpaper of Knightstown Valentia Islands Ireland (ID:

british telephone booths | British telephone kiosks, English telephone kiosk, English phone box

Unicorn Restorations are the acknowledged experts when it comes to the restoration of red telephone boxes, kiosk, post boxes and cast iron street furniture.

LÉ Samuel Beckett Patrols Skellig Michael During Filming Last Year For The New Star Wars Film (overlay). Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty.......

LÉ Samuel Beckett Patrols Skellig Michael During Filming Last Year For The New Star Wars Film (overlay).

Have seen this thousands of times, yet it still cracks me up...

The pinnacle of Irish television.

Father Ted, the best Irish TV show since 1995 -

English Badge HistoryTudor RoseCountry England Ireland Wales Ancestral house Lancaster → York Titles King of England King of Ireland King of France Lord of Ireland Prince of Wales Founder Henry VII Final sovereign Elizabeth I Current head Extinct Founding 22 August 1485 Dissolution 24 March 1603 Cadet branches House of Grey Ethnicity Welsh, English

Tudor Rose Royal Badge of England. Sir Owen ap Tudor, Founder of the Tudor Dynasty.

Doaghmore Cottage, Thatched cottage in Doaghmore, Inishowen, Donegal, Ireland by Derek Redican on 500px

The red here adds visual punch: Doaghmore Cottage, Thatched cottage in Doaghmore, Inishowen, Donegal, Ireland by Derek Redican on

Edward VII Post Box Leeds

Edward VII Post Box Leeds

Red Dragon of Wales: The Red Dragon was used as his badge by Henry VII’s grandfather, Sir Owen Tudor, who took it as a token of his supposed descent from Cadwalader, the last native ruler of Britain. The Welsh Dragon was used by all the Tudor sovereigns – the three kings colouring it red, while Mary and Elizabeth made it gold.

Bollards of London. The Red Dragon of Wales on a decorated post (bollard) in London, England; photo by Patrick Baty, a Historical Paint Consultant working at Hampton Court Palace to keep the colors of many places/ palaces/ objects historically correct

The Ballroom is the largest room at Buckingham Palace. It was added by Queen Victoria and is used for ceremonies such as investitures and state banquets. This picture dates from 1856. The polychrome colour scheme has been replaced by mainly white decoration with gold details and red upholstery.

The Ballroom, Buckingham Palace 1856 Louis Haghe Queen Victoria

New Behind-the-scenes Image of Luke Skywalker from The Force Awakens! - Star Wars News Net | Star Wars News Net

New behind the scenes shot of Luke Skywalker on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens! Variety recently ran a new story on different films being shot in Ireland, and they featured…

Pinterest
Search