The Aran Islands – At the edge of the world

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O’Brien Press, 2017

Editors: Paul O’Sullivan and Nora Godwin

Lth/Pgs 128

ISBN 9781847478671

Lying in the Atlantic Ocean off Galway Bay, the Aran Islands are truly a place apart.

On Inishmore, Inishmaan and Inisheer, all of Irish history, its language, culture and traditions, have been preserved; these wild, enchanting islands seem to have survived the modern world.

Explore Dún Aengus – its early Christian ruins, castles and lighthouses, its farm clusters and pretty thatched houses.

With striking photographs, vivid text, poems and extracts, The Aran Islands introduces the reader to life in this challenging and inspirational place over the past hundred and fifty years.

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O’Brien Press, 2017

Editors: Paul O’Sullivan and Nora Godwin

Lth/Pgs 128

ISBN 9781847478671

Lying in the Atlantic Ocean off Galway Bay, the Aran Islands are truly a place apart.

On Inishmore, Inishmaan and Inisheer, all of Irish history, its language, culture and traditions, have been preserved; these wild, enchanting islands seem to have survived the modern world.

Explore Dún Aengus – its early Christian ruins, castles and lighthouses, its farm clusters and pretty thatched houses.

With striking photographs, vivid text, poems and extracts, The Aran Islands introduces the reader to life in this challenging and inspirational place over the past hundred and fifty years.

Weight 0.310 kg

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