Ireland's Ancient East

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Ireland's Ancient East

Postby Dathi » 19 Apr 2015, 15:06

Greetings,

Some places I know have been well and truly "put on the map" as part of a very slick (and expensive) tourism marketing campaign just launched.
http://www.failteireland.ie/Ireland-s-Ancient-East.aspx

Some might find the info, maps and images of interest.

Debates for another day are the representations of the past, and the impact of commercialisation of sacred sites.

Regards,

Dathi
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