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Celtic connections of the British Isles and Ireland.

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It's All in the Kilt

It's All in the Kilt - Funny memes that "GET IT" and want you to too. Get the latest funniest memes and keep up what is going on in the meme-o-sphere.

: : beautiful britain : : Steps to the bridge, connecting to The Island - Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, England (Copyright: Alison Avery) Cornwall England, Devon And Cornwall, Yorkshire England, Yorkshire Dales, Places To Travel, Places To See, England And Scotland, English Countryside, Photography Website

Steps to the bridge, connecting to The Island, Tintagel Castle, Tintagel, Cornwall

More photographs of Tintagel can be viewed by visiting my photography website - Beautiful England

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Close your eyes and dream of England

bornthiisway:Land’s End, Cornwall, England enchantedengland: On Saturday in Land’s End, Cornwall (the extreme southwesterly point of Britain) gold-medalist sailing hero Ben Ainslie started off the...

Merlin's Cave at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, England Cornwall England, Devon And Cornwall, North Cornwall, English Heritage, Merlin, Great Britain, Monuments, Places To See, Beautiful Places

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Explore our range of spectacular events happening across the country. From behind-the-scenes tours to action-packed jousts, our events are a great way to get stuck into England's history.

Brigid In Irish mythology (a subset of Gaelic myth, within Celtic myth) Brigid was the daughter of the Dagda, who existed as a father figure and protector of the Tuatha Dé Danann, a group of people said to have been the fifth to settle Ireland. Iceni Tribe, Irish Mythology, Celtic Goddess, Brighid Goddess, The Goddess, Goddess Art, Religion, Celtic Warriors, Female Warriors

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Chysauster Village, Cornwall, is a late Iron Age and Romano-British village of courtyard houses, which is currently in the care of English Heritage. Devon And Cornwall, Cornwall House, Roman Britain, Into The West, English Heritage, Iron Age, Wanderlust, British Isles, Places To See

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Near Penzance in Cornwall, the remains of an ancient village are nestled on a hillside. Dating from the Iron Age, a surprising amount of t...

Myrrdin "Merlin", Celtic (Britania, Irish Welsh) Sorcerer, Druid, Wizard and… Gandalf, Fantasy Wizard, Image Citation, Legends And Myths, Celtic Mythology, Doreen Virtue, Celtic Art, Magical Creatures, Gods And Goddesses

The Magickal Staff

original graphic by: Bnolin The Magickal Staff Merry Meet :))) When I was little I always went on walks with my Dad and Grandfather. They always had a walking stick. Always. Wanting to be like one I always carried one as well. Today, my children do the same. Did you know that a walking stick is a form of a magickal staff? There is a very fine line between a walking stick and a magickal staff. If you look at pictures of Merlin and other sorcerers and wizards throughout time you will always…

After the Jacobites were defeated, Bonnie Prince Charlie sailed away to safety in France - aided by legendary Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald. (Flora MacDonald's Farewell to Bonnie Prince Charlie by George William Joy) Brave, Bonnie Prince Charlie, Charlie George, Scotland History, Men In Kilts, Pre Raphaelite, Art Graphique, My Heritage, British History

Flora MacDonald

Painting by George W. Joy depicting Bonnie Prince Charlie taking his leave with the Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald, after she helped him flee Scotland.

The Cornish tartan reflects the colours of Cornwall Gold represents the Celtic Kings of Cornwall Grey represents the white tin that's smelted from the black ore in Cornwall Blue represents the sea of the Cornish coastline Black and white re West Cornwall, Cornwall England, Tartan, Plaid, Celtic Nations, St Just, England And Scotland, Of Wallpaper, Tapestry

Cornwall - the land of the pasty

A small page about Cornwall, with details of the Cornish tartan, the coat of arms, the words to Trelawney and a bearded Cornishman in a kilt!

Cats Waiting for Fishermen to Return - Gatos esperando la llegada de los… I Love Cats, Crazy Cats, Cool Cats, Funny Cats, Funny Animals, Cute Animals, Smart Animals, Cats Humor, Cat Memes

Recent reports of the "mouse messiah" the mouse that can walk on water, attracts the attention of locals in the Cornish village of Mousehole.