22. 05. 2014
Photo by Adam Rory Porter

Official Launch of the Buncrana Heritage Trail

By Lisa Henderson Buncrana Heritage Trail came about in late 2012, when an idea was developed to create signage and a heritage walk through the town – preparations began for the 3.6KM trail...

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16. 10. 2013
The mosaic of the new viewing platform

Official Opening of the Amazing Grace Viewing Point

Article by Ruth Garvey-Williams A beautiful new viewing platform celebrates Buncrana’s special link with John Newton, Amazing Grace and the abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.  And 265 years after the birth of...

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30. 09. 2013

Excavation at Carrowmore

A second excavation took place in Inishowen this year. It was carried out by the Bernician Studies Group of the Sunderland University from August 24 – September 7, at the Early Christian site...

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25. 09. 2013
Location of the trenches. Image by QUB.

Excavation at the old O’Doherty Castle at Elaghmore

A second excavation took place by archaeologists from Queens University Belfast at the Castle of Elagh at Elaghmore from August 14th- 23rd. The team and the dig were received with much interest, for...

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21. 05. 2013

The lost rock art of Magheranaul

Inish Times, Tuesday, 21 May 2013. By Roisin McLaughlin

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16. 05. 2013

Prehistoric stones & rock art in Straths by Bauke Roof

Prehistoric stones & rock art in Straths, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal By Bauke Roof, May 2013 Introduction The townland of Straths is mostly composed of farmland with plenty of rock outcrops and big boulders....

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09. 11. 2011
The Miller Collection – Part 1

The Miller Collection – Part 1

The Miller Collection – Part 1 – http://www.inishowen.net/The-Miller-Collection/Part1/ is now online. Optimized for normal web browsing and for iPhone and android phones. 186 photos scanned from the collection of thousands of old photos donated...

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