The bagpipe is a wind instrument used among the ancient Greeks but is known as a Scottish and Irish…
"Bagpipe, a musical wind-instrument of very great antiquity, having been used among the ancient Greeks,…
Edmund Burke (12 January 1729 – 9 July 1797) was an Irish statesman, author, orator, political…
A banner with three clovers
Cadwallader Colden ( February 7, 1688 - September 20, 1776 ) was a physician, farmer, surveyor, botanist,…
The Dangan Castle.
(1851-1927) Irish politician that was the head of the Irish nationalist party.
A setter, of which there are three varieties, English, Scotch, and Irish.
The gap of Dunloe.
"Irish (Dalway) Harp." — Encyclopediia Britannica, 1893
(1830- ) Irish historian and novelist
Thomas Francis Meagher (August 3, 1823 – July 1, 1867) was an Irish nationalist, a Union Army…
An illustration of men greeting one another wearing kilts.
(1779-1852) Irish poet
The Nelson Monument, Sackille Street, Dublin.
The monument to Daniel O'Donnell.
The waterfall, Phoula-phouca.
"A dagger; specifically, an ancient form of dagger found Ireland, usually of bronze, double-edged, and…
The Union Flag after the Union of Ireland and Great Britain, and the addition of the cross of St. Patrick.
Walker's Pillar in Londonderry.