Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

24/3/2008

Historic Irish Prison Houses Spirit of Independence

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Dublin’s Kilmainham Jail is a repository of Ireland’s rebellions and inspirations, and like the Bastille in France or the Tower of London, it exposes Ireland’s historical conflicts and passion. Built in 1796, the gray stone fortress — bare, cold and full of echoes — is one of Ireland’s most visited national heritage sites. for more click here

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