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Fergus

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Born in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford / University of Limerick Graduate / Computer Programmer / Allotment Lover / Photographer / Massive Traditional Irish Music Fan / Potato Lover / Irish Mythology Enthusiast / Whiskey Collector and Connoisseur. I built The Irish Place to share my love of the culture I grew up in. My hope is that those with Irish ancestry and can learn about their heritage... and all those planning to visit the beautiful landscapes of the Emerald Isle, with its rich and ancient culture can quench their thirst for knowledge here. Feel free to get in touch. I read every email! Sláinte
A Bowl of Potatoes - Potato Weight Loss - The Irish Place

Potato Weight Loss Secrets and Science – An Irish Diet

The potato weight loss diet is real, here are the secrets and the science. One man lost over 50 kg on a potato-only diet...
Departure Gates Dublin Airport - The Irish Place

Travellers Urged to Check Travel Advice Before Travelling Abroad

The Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan, is asking holidaymakers to check the travel advice for their country of destination before...
Toll Gate House at Thomond Bridge - The Irish Place

Thomond Bridge Toll Gate House, Limerick

Many of Limerick’s numerous bridges were paid for by tolls prior to 1900 and some of these houses still exist to the present day...
Dromana Gate and Bridge - The Irish Place

Dromana Gate & Bridge

Dromana Gate, near Villierstown in West Waterford, is one of those places that has the ability to take you by surprise, no matter how...
The Distillery Tower at Clashmore Distillery - The Irish Place

Irish Craft Whiskey Distillery Set to Open in Co. Waterford

The Blackwater Distillery is now joining the list of Irish whiskey distilleries with an exciting new craft whiskey project. Located in Cappoquin, they opened in January 2015,...
The entrance to Dungarvan Castle - The Irish Place

King John’s Castle or Dungarvan Castle

Dungarvan Castle, also known as King John's Castle, was built by King John, son of Henry II in the year 1185. It is a typical example...

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