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Photos of Destitute East End Children. Taken by Horace Warner in 1912 in Spitalfields England. Photos of Destitute East End Children. Taken by Horace Warner in 1912 in Spital Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, British History, American History, American Symbols

Stark 100-Year-Old Photos of Destitute East End Children

Taken by Horace Warner in 1912 in Spitalfields England, these images of poverty stricken children show the horrible existences they had to ...

Galway, Ireland, 1 May 1913 by Albert Kahn Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ireland Pictures, Albert Kahn, Ireland Travel, Galway Ireland, Ireland Map, Old Irish, Irish People

Old colour photos of Ireland in 1913

These images, which represent the first ever colour photographs taken in Ireland, were taken in 1913 by two French women, Marguerite Mespou...

Londonderry, The Walled City, Northern Ireland. Londonderry is the only remaining completely walled city in Ireland and one of the finest examples of walled cities in Europe. Ireland Uk, Ireland Homes, Northern Ireland, Derry Ireland, Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, Londonderry, Walled City, Cities In Europe

Londonderry, The Walled City, Northern Ireland

Londonderry, also known as Derry, is the only remaining completely walled city in Ireland and one of the finest examples of walled cities in Europe. The walls were built over 5 years from 1613, they are approximately 1 mile in circumference and form a walkway around the inner city with great views out over the surrounding district. The four original gates to the Walled City are Bishop’s Gate, Ferryquay Gate, Butcher Gate and Shipquay Gate. Three further gates have been added - Magazine Gate…

Saint Govan (died was a hermit who lived in a fissure on the side of coastal cliff near Bosherston, in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales. Govan's Chapel was built in the fissure in the century on what is now known as St Govan's Head. House Ireland, England Ireland, Mystique, Stone Houses, Wales, Places To See, Beautiful Places, National Parks, Pembrokeshire Coast

Saint Patrick of Ireland

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Snippets of Irish life and history that tell the story of Ireland. Texas History, Asian History, Tudor History, Modern History, History Photos, British History, History Facts, Old Irish, Irish Celtic

Irish Entertainment News and Gossip from Ireland and Abroad

Get the latest Irish entertainment news, featuring Irish celebrities and pop culture, film and TV, music, dance, theater, literature, and more.

Note the half door and roof. A Knitter in Her Home Doorway" Notice the rocks holding the thatch Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Old Irish, Irish Celtic, Cultural Crafts, Scotland History, Images Of Ireland, Irish Culture

Irish Peasants, 1897

A Knitter in Her Home Doorway" Notice the rocks holding the thatch

Who were the Black Irish? What is the origin of the Irish with swarthy dark features? Who were the Black Irish? What is the origin of the Irish with swarthy dark features? Puerto Rico, Potato Famine, Irish Famine, Irish Potatoes, Guy Fawkes, Bonfire Night, African American History, Irish American, Celtic

Who were the Black Irish, and what is their story?

There are a number of different claims as to the origin of the term Black Irish, from the Spanish Armada to the Vikings. Did the Black Irish exist?

Ireland has always been seen as a low class country throughout history, and in the early century Ireland was just coming out of the potato famine, which technically ended in but there’s no…More Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Signs, Irish Famine, Irish People, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Vintage Photography, White Photography

60 Classic Photos That Shine A New Light On History

Ireland has always been seen as a low class country throughout history, and in the early 20th century Ireland was just coming out of the potato famine, which technically ended in 1852, but there’s no way that anyone forgot about the suffering that they’d gone through. By 1915 the slums of Dublin were considered to be some of the worst in Europe.