Irish National Heritage Week [fr]

From 18th to 26th August, Ireland will be promoting its culture by hosting a National Heritage Week. The occasion to (re)discover the wealth of traditions and culture, firmly established between Irish and French communities !

In Cork

How did the French revolution influence the Irish in their struggle for independance ? University College Cork Library will host an exhibition on French influences on Ireland with their archives on view.

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In Athlone

Trace the paths around Athlone taken by the monks from the Abbey of Cluny in Bourgogne, France, who came to Ireland to form their community at Monksland in Athlone, and discover the rich heritage they left behind.

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In Dublin

Is Paris the capital of Irish culture ? The director of the University of Notre-Dame, Global Getaway, Professor Kevin Whelan invites you to his lecture at the Kilmainham Gaol Museum on 22 August at 7.30 p.m. for an exploration into the history that our two countries have in common.

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The Office of Public Works in Ireland also invites you to attend a guided tour of the Saint Audoen’s Church to trace the life of the Norman bishop, Saint Ouen.

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Or Visit the Chester Beatty Library on Saturday afternoon, 18th August to (Re)discover the medieval tales of France as told by Roisin Murphy

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In Laois

Come and experience a cultural exchange by participating in Provence-Ireland dancing.

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In Killarney

Discover why the portraits of Marie-Antoinette and of Louis XVI decorate the walls of Killarney House & Gardens and learn more about their attempt at escape through the aid of an Irish family !

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Published on 09/09/2018

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