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Fascinating Facts, Breakfast by candlelight. Visit Ireland Calling for more fascinating Irish facts.

Fascinating Facts, Breakfast by candlelight. Visit Ireland Calling for more fascinating Irish facts.

Celtic Triquetra: This particular symbol comes in the form of a triangular Celtic knot and is said to be a representation of the spiritual, the mental, and the physical which are known as the three planes of human existence. It might interest you to know that although the three points are separate, yet they are interlocked. This goes further to symbolize the connection existing between the mentioned three planes.

Celtic Triquetra: This particular symbol comes in the form of a triangular Celtic knot and is said to be a representation of the spiritual, the mental, and the physical which are known as the three planes of human existence. It might interest you to know that although the three points are separate, yet they are interlocked. This goes further to symbolize the connection existing between the mentioned three planes.

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1916 (10 May) Travel Pass issued at Monkstown

1916 (10 May) Travel Pass issued at Monkstown

Irish Cultural Artifacts - From aran sweaters to claddagh rings, many of the patterns and designs used in traditional Irish clothing and jewelry have hidden symbolism and can be traced to intriguing Irish stories and legends. Image Credit:  http://www.murphyofireland.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Murphy-of-Ireland-Infographic.jpg

Irish Cultural Artifacts - From aran sweaters to claddagh rings, many of the patterns and designs used in traditional Irish clothing and jewelry have hidden symbolism and can be traced to intriguing Irish stories and legends. Image Credit: http://www.murphyofireland.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Murphy-of-Ireland-Infographic.jpg

Irish ogam-stones and cross-pillars

Irish ogam-stones and cross-pillars

Irish Wild Plants - Myths, Legends  Folklore: Myths Legends and Folklore by Niall Mac Coitir, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0046A9JHK/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_AMENtb0YZZ0JK

Irish Wild Plants - Myths, Legends Folklore: Myths Legends and Folklore by Niall Mac Coitir, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0046A9JHK/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_AMENtb0YZZ0JK

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