There are 71 million IRISH LIVING OUTSIDE IRELAND

Click on the FLAG of each country below to connect to the Irish Embassy there.

AUSTRIA
IRISH EMBASSY

BELGIUM
IRISH EMBASSY

BRITAIN
IRISH EMBASSY

DENMARK
IRISH EMBASSY

FINLAND
IRISH EMBASSY

FRANCE
IRISH EMBASSY

GERMANY
IRISH EMBASSY

HOLLAND
IRISH EMBASSY

ITALY
IRISH EMBASSY

PORTUGAL
IRISH EMBASSY

SPAIN
IRISH EMBASSY

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THE IRISH DIASPORA IN EUROPE

 

 

http://www.irishdiasporaineurope.com
CEO: Patricia Murray.
B. Sc. (Communication) Navarra University - Pamplona, SPAIN.
M. A. (Communication) Valencia University - Valencia, SPAIN.
M. Sc. (Journalism) Columbia University - New York, USA

Over the coming year this publication will tell WHAT THE IRISH ABROAD ARE DOING FOR IRELAND. and what they have done in the past

There are 71 million Irish people scattered around the world. Here you will meet a very small percentage of them,.... and if you are Irish yourself, or have Irish friends or relatives living anywhere in Europe, please have them contact our editor who will publish their story - patricia@valenciaworld.com


SAINT PATRICK'S DAY CHARITY BALL IN THE WESTIN HOTEL IN MADRID - PHOTOS HERE

Helen Cunningham, chairperson of the Spanish-Irish Business Network - SIBN, Madrid (above left), and Marie O'Sullivan,vice chairperson.


VELES E VENTS VALENCIA GOES GREEN FOR SAINT PATRICK'S DAY

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PALAU DE LES ARTS VALENCIA GOES GREEN FOR SAINT PATRICK'S DAY

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SAINT PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATIONS IN TERRA NATURA MURCIA

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THE LOCAL POLICE IN MURCIA CELEBRATE SAINT PATRICK'S DAY

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RIVERDANCE LONGEST LINE RECORD ON SAMUEL BECKETT'S BRIDGE, DUBLIN

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Santiago Calatrava, Valencian architect of the Samuel Beckett Bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland, was quite gratified when his work of art was chosen as the backdrop for the Riverdance Longest Line Guinness Record the 21st July 2013.

Known locally as THE HARP, the bridge was unable to accommodate the 1,693 dancers from 44 countries, so the lines continued for one kilometre down the banks on either side of the River Liffey.

And thousands came out to watch and cheer!!!!!! To see it for yourself, click on the link under the above photo.

 

 

 

 

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