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For St. Patrick's Day, 2014, the County Council lit up the tower at Banba's Crown. Above is what it looked like the evening of the 17th of March 2014. The sign, in light, says: www.govisitdonegal.com
Dominic McDermott, proprietor of Caffee Banba, serves up a latte at the top of Banba's Crown on St. Patrick's Day, 2014.
We quite like these Scottish cows, with long horns and shaggy red fur. They seem quite at home in the Highlands of Donegal, rather than the Highlands of Scotland. Welcome to moo and yours.
John Quigley, of Inishowen, Co Donegal, is one of the premier Celtic artists in Ireland.
His work is exhibited both here and abroad.
Ireland's most Northerly Gift Shop and are located in Malin Head at the beginning of the world famous Wild Atlantic Way.
The Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s longest defined coastal touring route. It’s inspiring, renewing, relaxing and invigorating. The Wild Atlantic Way is yours to experience however you choose.
With colour photographs of real Irish fairies as well as images of Malin Head and the surrounding area, this book by Malin Head author, J.A. Greenleaf has elicited great interest in both Ireland and abroad. Available on Amazon.
By Malin Head author, J.A. Greenleaf, Sudden Light is a vast story of reincarnation, time travel, romance and adventure. The first of a series of three, Malin Head is included in the story. Available on Amazon.
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