Irish Historic Towns Atlas
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We are deeply saddened by the death of our editor and colleague, Raymond Gillespie MRIA, on 8 February 2024.
Today marks the launch of the Digital Atlas of Cork/Corcaigh, a free online interactive map that invites you to discover the built heritage of Cork City in a new way where 6,245 features of the city's history from AD...
Town & Country: perspectives from the Irish Historic Towns Atlas was launched by Vanessa Harding, chair, Historic Towns Trust last night following a lecture by Howard Clarke 'Mapping places, mapping people: Dublin...
Maynooth University history student, Aoife Murphy, gives an account of her six weeks as a SPUR student in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas programme.
During Heritage Week the premiere of the Cork atlas preview video took place.
The walking tours held in the South-East City, Drumcondra, Kilmainham, Rathmines and Clontarf sold out early for Heritage Week 2023.
We are delighted to announce that the Royal Irish Academy will once again be participating in Culture Night on Friday 22 September 2023 and will be open to the public from 17:00 to 21:00.
The Irish Historic Towns Atlas have been awarded a grant from the Heritage Council’s Heritage Stewardship Fund 2023.
Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 31 Cork/Corcaigh by Howard B. Clarke and Máire Ní Laoí is in full production in the IHTA office, and expected to go to print in late 2023.
If you missed our first Research Open Day, you can watch it back now