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The Claddagh Blog

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The Claddagh Blog

Welcome to the Claddagh Blog.

  • The Harp – The National Symbol Of Ireland

    The musical Harp is Irelands national symbol to the credit of its cords which have echoed through generations of oppression which the Irish suffered and through its angelic melody which it directs. The Harp prepared the way for a rebellion against the English crown, it shaped the musical landscape of...
  • The Irish Stone Builders - Newgrange

    Incredible tombs stand across the Emerald isle that were built over 5000 years ago. These magnificent structures are famous for their complex design that have fascinated scientists, historians and archaeologists all over the world. How did people from 3000BC build such complicated structures with stone that weighed over a 100...
  • The Book of Kells

    The Celtic cross can be see all across Ireland but one of the most well-known Celtic crosses is the one which illustrates the four Gospels. These beautiful crosses are inspired by The Book Of Kells, which is located in Trinity College in Dublin. The book has become famous worldwide and...
  • The Cross Of Saint Bridget – An Irish Saint

    Early Life The Saint Bridget's Cross is one of the most well – known symbols in Ireland. But who was Saint Bridget and what did she do? Saint Bridget was marked by her remarkable selflessness. She had little to no self love and gave all she could to help the...
  • The Irish Famine – The Land Of The Free

    No Irish Need Apply No Irish need apply – a heartbreaking sentence that swept across America after a mass migration of Irish refugees hit the US shores. The influx of refugees caused upheaval to major parts of America and the American people became discontented by the disruption to their way...
  • The Irish Famine – The Landlords

    The 1840's in Ireland was a time of survival, sorrow and torment. The unbearable oppression that the Irish suffered under English control contributed heavily to the huge amount of deaths during the Irish famine. Afraid that the Irish would become dependent on state aid they ordered the closure of soup...

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