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Ireland's Ancient East & Wild Atlantic Way

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Posted 26/04/2019

Ireland is a dream tourist destination with a multitude of things to do across the island. We have reviewed Ireland's Ancient East and The Wild Atlantic Way and picked out some of our favourite spots to visit.  Read more ›

Passing Down Memories

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Posted 18/04/2019

Passing down memories of your loved ones to future generations is a great way to remember those who have passed away. It also helps to preserve your family's traditions and history. Read more ›

Reconnecting to your homeland with Eternally Irish

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Posted 12/04/2019

Eternally Irish have produced a video explaining how we can help you and your family reconnect with your Irish heritage. Read more ›

St. Patrick's Day Traditions & Events

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Posted 14/03/2019

Eternally Irish takes a look at some of traditional St. Patrick's Day events in Ireland and abroad. We also look at modern events such as the St. Patrick's Festival held in Dublin every year. A wonderful celebration of Irish tradition and our modern culture. Read more ›

A History of Irish Graveyards

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Posted 20/02/2019

One of the best ways to gain an insight into Ireland’s wonderful history is through our country’s graveyards.  Ireland’s graveyards are some of the country’s most interesting and most visited sites.
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US Presidents That Visited Ireland

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Posted 16/02/2019

Ireland has been visited by seven U.S Presidents, dating all the way back to Ulysses S. Grant in 1879.  The White House has been home to many men with Irish roots. The great building itself was designed by an Irish architect emphasising how intertwined the two countries are. Read more ›

Irish Emigration - Why the Irish Left for the United States

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Posted 1/02/2019

Throughout history the Irish have been drawn the United States. This article covers the different reasons why people left Irish shores to journey across the Atlantic from the days of Oliver Cromwell to today's Silicon Dock. Read more ›

Irish Funeral Guide for People Not of Irish Descent

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Posted 29/01/2019

Many Americans, be it those with no Irish connections who are married to an Irish person who may have parents or relatives back in Ireland or second generation Irish who may be flying to Ireland for the first time for their grandparents funeral will find an Irish funeral a unique experience. Read more ›

Ireland's Ancient Burial Sites from Ireland's Ancient East

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Posted 26/01/2019

It is only when you come from far away and set foot on the east coast of Ireland do you truly feel the echoes of time. For many, people who live in places like County Meath, ancient monuments have faded into the "everyday." For somebody coming to Ireland on a flight from JFK, O'Hare or Logan airports they are transported back to an ancient time thousands of years ago. Read more ›

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