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Dublin : A l'origine une colonie viking, Dublin vient des mots gaéliques Dubh (qui signifie «noir») et linn (qui signifie «pool»). Cependant , le nom gaélique réelle pour Dublin est Baile Átha Cliath - ce qui signifie "La ville du gué des haies de roseaux". Ceci fait référence aux obstacles en bois que les Vikings construisirent sur la rivière Liffey

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Naomh Tenture murale à la main Tapisserie Tissage par MonadhMor

The Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland


Beanntan Tenture murale à la main Tapisserie par MonadhMor

Tossing the Caber, a traditional Scottish athletic event in which competitors toss a large tapered pole called a "caber". It is normally practised at the Scottish Highland Games. In Scotland the caber is usually made from a Larch tree and is typically 19 feet 6 inches (5.94 m) tall and weighs 175 pounds (79 kg). The term 'caber' derives from the Gaelic word "cabar" or "kaber" which refers to a wooden beam The person tossing the caber is called a "tosser" or a "thrower".


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I hate that all the places I would get a tattoo are not easily covered. Future educator problemz~


Mon corps. Affiche scolaire en langue bretonne

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19 Beautiful Scottish Words That Everyone Needs In Their Life