Irish Art
  • Register And Be A Member Of The Number One Irish Forum Worldwide

    May 11, 2017

    Online communities are very much popular nowadays. You can see various websites offering either dating or friendship all across the globe. Some examples are FaceBook, Friendster, MySpace, Twitter and many more. There is nothing wrong with that, but dont you think that its going to be a lot better if you meet people that are […]

  • Irish Celtic Warrior Vs The Viking Warrior- Great Halloween Costumes

    April 1, 2017

    Whether you are a grown man or young boy on this Halloween(though these costumes are not particularly just for men and boys), looking to impress the Halloween world with outrageous and striking powerful costume, take a good look at some historical costumes, especially the strong and tough Irish Celtic Warrior and Viking Warrior costume, the […]

  • Celtic Irsh Cross Tattoo – Unique and Beautiful Celtic Irish Cross Tattoo

    March 30, 2017

    The Celtic Irish cross tattoo has a long history dating back over many centuries in the British Isles. The original Irish cross tattoo esigned with two equal lengths of cross beams representing the four main elements of the planet; water, wind, fire and earth. When this kind of tattoo is seen today it is often […]

  • Medieval Irish Costumes- Unique Stunning Looks This Halloween

    March 16, 2017

    With the grown popularity in Medieval themed Halloween costumes, like the interest in Irish history, placing the two together with a mix of mythology and historical facts can produce some stunning Halloween costume ideas for Men, Women and Children. With the garments worn during this era, finding amazing costumes should be easy. Ireland has a […]

  • Ireland – Visiting County Antrim To Enjoy Fascinating Irish Scenery

    March 12, 2017

    If you are planning to go to Ireland, then you should not miss any chance to visit County Antrim. This place has some of the most interesting attractions you can imagine.   County Antrim forms the northeast corner of Ireland, where only a 13-mile-wide channel separates it from the Scottish coast. The magnificent eastern coast […]

  • Springboks Let Themselves Down Against the British and Irish Lions

    February 21, 2017

    The Springbok lost the 3rd Test at Ellis Park 28-9. Whilst they won the series 2-1, the 3rd test result was extremely disappointing, and one of the worst displays since the 49-0 loss to Australia in 2006. The Lions started off the test with great intensity, and showed they would not lie down lightly. Their […]

  • Lisburn, County Antrim is a Great Irish Treasure

    January 22, 2017

    Lisburn, Co. Antrim is the third largest city in Northern Ireland, just south west of Belfast. Lisburn is known as the birthplace of Irish linen, which is desired all over the world. Lisburn railway station offers an express train to Belfast, which is about a ten minute ride. The “Irish linen center and Lisburn museum” […]

  • Route Irish and the Tenuous Connection of Baghdad’s Green Zone

    January 18, 2017

    In the city of Baghdad, the capitol of the Middle Eastern nation of Iraq, a nation occupied by American Military Forces, the International Airport is 12 kilometers distant from the safe area, called the Green Zone. Baghdad has an international zone at its city centre, around the Republican Palace in a crook of the Tigris […]

  • Springboks Seal Series Over British and Irish Lions

    January 7, 2017

    The 2nd test between the Springboks and the British and Irish Lions was played at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria. The Springboks emerged victorious 28-25, courtesy of new Springbok legend, Morne Steyn. The game had many twists and turns, starting with the controversial Schalk Burger sinbinning after just 27 seconds. Schalk was playing his 50th test […]