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Welcome To Enjoy Irish Culture!

On this website we hope to get you as excited about everything that is Irish culture as we are.

Follow us as we show you that Ireland is fun, Ireland is magic, a very easygoing place that welcomes visitors and those who come to stay to live.

We, Colm and Susanna, live in the West of Ireland, in Galway, near the Atlantic. We have explored Ireland inside out over the years and as an artist couple who paint Irish landscapes, we have a strong interest in Irish culture past and present. We want to share with you some of those things we love.

Let us show you the sides of Ireland that we love- a country that is stuffed with heritage sites such as Irish castles, medieval monasteries and ancient sites to marvel at.

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A country, that to this day is alive with traditional Irish music and song.

We believe that Ireland is simply the best place to live and one of the best places anywhere to visit.

All over this beautiful country, there are so many places worth visiting, all steeped in history. Most of those what we show you here, you will not find in any guide book, nor will you find the detailed information we provide about them anywhere else.

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland.

The world-famous Cliffs of Moher, Ireland.

Ireland's culture has spread around the globe.

Irish music, for example, is being played today in places as far away from Ireland as Tokyo and Berlin! And most cities around the world will have an Irish pub.

Connemara, County Galway, Ireland at Maam.

Connemara mountains in County Galway, Ireland.

We are a young website yet, so come along often and watch us grow!

Here are some existing sections and others we are planning on Ireland Culture topics as this website grows:

  • Irish music and Irish dancing
  • Irish songs
  • Irish history
  • Irish heritage sites
  • Irish boats (like the Galway Hookers shown above in a traditional boat race)
  • Irish traditions and Irish customs
  • Irish castles and Big Houses
  • Amazing Irish landscapes featured throughout
  • Ireland vacations guide where we share tips about some places that are very special to us
  • Fishing in Ireland
  • Irish jewellery such as the world famous Claddagh ring
  • Irish baby names, Irish surnames and Irish coat of arms
Connemara landscape with gorse, County Galway, Ireland.

Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.

We hope to bring you the very best of Irish culture, our own personal favourites that we love.

Come by often and learn something new about Ireland every time!

After reading some of our articles on this website, maybe you will come and visit us here, some day. If you are planning to visit, make sure to check out the section on travel in Ireland. You will find ideas to enrich your Ireland vacations.

But even if you are never going to make it here, there are things for you to do on this website.

Lough Corrib sunset, County Galway, Ireland.

Sunset on Lough Corrib at Annaghdown, County Galway.

Become A Lover Of Irish Culture

  • Find out about the real Ireland.
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  •  Or simply drop us a line using the contact form and let us know how you are enjoying this website!

Don’t be a stranger.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Would you like to contribute to this website?

Perhaps you'd like to tell our community about about a heritage place in your part of the country, or share some photos of a spot of natural beauty, record your neighbour singing an Irish song, or interview a traditional musician-

We are open to your contributions.

Just contact us through the contact page and  we'll be in touch to discuss your ideas!

Warmest regards from Com and Susanna.

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