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International GIS/Geomatics Markets

Hexagon Geospatial wrote a good blog post about the growing GIS market in Ireland.  The market was €117.5M in 2012 with significant growth in the future.  167 more words


Dublin's City Hall

Dublin has many Georgian buildings and City Hall, built between 1769-1779, is one of its finest examples. Designed by Thomas Cooley, after he won a prize for its design, it is a first-rate example of the neo-classical style that was fashionable at the time in many European countries. 269 more words


The Emerald Isle.

My blog post this Saturday comes to you from Dublin, Ireland! Yup, I’m on the Emerald Isle and loving it. Lapping up the accent like a kitten with a bowl of milk, and eating like a King. 308 more words

2013 - World-renowned poet and playwright Seamus Heaney dies in a Dublin hospital following a short illness.

“History says, Don’t hope
On this side of the grave,
But then, once in a lifetime
The longed-for tidal wave
Of justice can rise up, 206 more words

Irish History

Weekly Photo Challenge: Dialogue

This week’s Photo Challenge was set by Swiss-based architect and photographer Frédéric Biver (fakeormistake).  He is asking for two images that are in DIALOGUE with each other… 117 more words


Dublin or Nothing

With the college football season already started, and Penn State’s first game of the James Franklin Era literally hours away from kick-off, I realized that I have not officially prognosticated in public. 303 more words

Penn State

Places to see when in Ireland

Written by Valentina Romano

Ireland—which is not to be mistaken with Iceland—is an island is the North Atlantic positioned right on the left side of Great Britain. 410 more words