Lough Derg: the spirit of a holy place

Lough Derg, IrelandA small island in a lake called Lough Derg is one of the most famous of Ireland's places of pilgrimage. About 35,000 pilgrims come to it each year intent on doing penance for their sins or seeking divine intervention in their lives.

Nantes-Brest Canal, Brittany's popular leisure waterway

Nantes-Brest Canal, Brittany's popular leisure waterwayThe Nantes-Brest Canal is a 364 km long waterway connecting the city of Brest, on the west of Brittany, to the city of Nantes in the south east.

The shrine of the Cailleach at Glen Lyon

The shrine of the Cailleach, Glen Lyon, ScotlandEach year, in one of the most remote areas of Scotland, a family of stones are brought out of the house in the spring and returned to the house for the winter. The tradition stretches back thousands of years and the site is believed to be the only surviving shrine to the Celtic goddess Cailleach.

World's largest tidal power project

Wales' Angiddy river rediscovers its industrial heritageThe world's largest tidal stream energy array will be built in the Sound of Islay on Scotland's west coast.

Thurso: Scotland's world famous surfing spot
Thurso: Scotland's world famous surfing spotLying at 59 degrees north, Thurso is the most Northern wave spot on the planet to host a professional surfing event: the O’Neill Cold Water Classic Scotland.

Celts in the New World

Newport Celtic Festival and Highland Games, Oregon
Newport Celtic Festival and Highland Games, OregonA cultural celebration of the seven Celtic nations, the new festival on the Oregon coast features Celtic music, dance, food, drink, crafts, vendors, kids events, family histories and Highland Games.
The Ireland Canada Monument
The Ireland Canada Monument, CanadaThe Ireland Canada Monument will provide recognition to the significant Irish Contribution to Canada.

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