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Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland - Reminds me of The "Outlander" Series by Diana Gabaldon.  (even though this is Ireland)

Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland - Reminds me of The "Outlander" Series by Diana Gabaldon. (even though this is Ireland)

Alina Khomchenko

Alina Khomchenko

Dark Hedges Um Lindo Corredor De Rvores Na Irlanda

Dark Hedges Um Lindo Corredor De Rvores Na Irlanda

Knowth is a complex of prehistoric passage tombs just west of Newgrange in County Meath, Ireland

Knowth is a complex of prehistoric passage tombs just west of Newgrange in County Meath, Ireland

April 23 1986 Diana opens Rosegrove Station in Burnley, Lancashire  Charles & Diana attends the West Lancashire Means Business Exhibition in Skelmersdale, Lancashire

April 23 1986 Diana opens Rosegrove Station in Burnley, Lancashire Charles & Diana attends the West Lancashire Means Business Exhibition in Skelmersdale, Lancashire

Danu, Anu, or Dana, is the ancient Mother Goddess of Ireland. The Welsh Don is her equivalent. She is the Goddess worshipped by the sidhe race the Tuatha de Dannan. Some believe that the Moon Goddess Diana, the Faery Queen of Witcheries, derived from the Great Danu.

Danu, Anu, or Dana, is the ancient Mother Goddess of Ireland. The Welsh Don is her equivalent. She is the Goddess worshipped by the sidhe race the Tuatha de Dannan. Some believe that the Moon Goddess Diana, the Faery Queen of Witcheries, derived from the Great Danu.

“I heard you went to Ireland...I haven't seen it in many years. Is it still green then, and beautiful?    Wet as a bath sponge and mud to the knees but, aye, it was green enough.”   ― Diana Gabaldon, The Scottish Prisoner

“I heard you went to Ireland...I haven't seen it in many years. Is it still green then, and beautiful? Wet as a bath sponge and mud to the knees but, aye, it was green enough.” ― Diana Gabaldon, The Scottish Prisoner

La urbe como figura cambiante es el eje de la exposición Histori(citas). Ésta en una muestra, conformada por instalación, fotografía, video e improvisación sonora, reflexiona sobre la urbe como figura cambiante. En la muestra participan Marie Roux, Jim Hobbs (Londres), Diana María González, Yair López (México), Guillermo Amato (Montevideo) y Michele Horrigan (Irlanda).Cada una de …

Hitori(citas) en el Centro Multimedia del Cenart

La urbe como figura cambiante es el eje de la exposición Histori(citas). Ésta en una muestra, conformada por instalación, fotografía, video e improvisación sonora, reflexiona sobre la urbe como figura cambiante. En la muestra participan Marie Roux, Jim Hobbs (Londres), Diana María González, Yair López (México), Guillermo Amato (Montevideo) y Michele Horrigan (Irlanda).Cada una de …

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