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Dáithí Ó hÓgáin
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Historic Ireland

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A superbly illustrated book portraying the historic buildings, sites and locations that tell Ireland's story over the past 5,000 years Contains stunning specially commissioned photography covering the island from coast to coast, and featuring all the most architecturally and historically important buildings, as well as many that are well off the beaten tourist track Accomp ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published April 17th 2001 by Salamander Books Ltd
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I was given this book as a gift for my time of service to Ireland Outreach in the summer of 2008. It's beautiful and reminds me there are so many sights yet to see.
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He was the son of Davy Hogan, a former jockey, and his wife Mary (née Tyrell); both his parents were from Kilkenny. His great grand-uncle was the celebrated historian of Ossory, Canon William Carrigan.

Irish was spoken in the family home, and at De La Salle national school, Bruff, he got a good grounding in Irish grammar. His grasp of the language was further improved by visits to the Kerry Gaeltac
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