Monthly Archives: April 2016


Belfast is a contradiction in many ways being both a modern cosmopolitan city reinventing itself and an old industrial center plagued by years of violence. The city went through its troubles period which are now in the past. This is … Continue reading

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Glenveach National Park

Glenveach Castle built in 1873 is the English estate of a plantation owner. The English man who build the estate displaced and evicted 244 Irish Families who lived there before he discovery and took over the estate. The English tool … Continue reading

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Derry began in 546 a.d., as a monestic settlement. A thousand years later the Gaelic chieftains were defeated by the English in 1601.  The walled city, that held a seize in 1688 for 105 days and did not fall. A … Continue reading

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