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Heritage Week 2021

Join us for Heritage week this year to view our exhibition: Columban Texts and Traditions / Taispeántas: Téacsanna agus Traidisiúin Cholm Cille curated by the Library, in collaboration with Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge, the exhibition will highlight the rich treasures associated with Columba in the Royal Irish Academy.  Book a webinar: Performing, Promoting and Preserving Ireland’s Intangible Cultural Heritage co-organised by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and the Digital Repository of Ireland, or 'open the door to heritage' as the Irish Historic Towns Atlas presents an exhibition on the Dublin suburbs series: From outlying villages to townships: suburbs in nineteenth-century Dublin

Heritage Week 2021 exhibition: Columban Texts and Traditions / Taispeántas: Téacsanna agus Traidisiúin Cholm Cille curated by the Library and Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge

Columba 1500 / Colm Cille 1500 »

Webinar co-organised by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and the Digital Repository of Ireland, Thursday, 19 August.

Performing, Promoting and Preserving Ireland’s Intangible Cultural Heritage »

'Open the door to heritage' the Irish Historic Towns Atlas presents an exhibition on the Dublin suburbs series. 

From outlying villages to townships: suburbs in nineteenth-century Dublin »

‘Open the door to heritage’ for Heritage Week 2021 through the megalithic carvings at the Knowth passage tombs

Megalithic Art of the Passage Tombs at Knowth, Co. Meath »