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Bru Boru Rock of Cashel
Ireland

Brú Ború is a national cultural centre at the foot of the Rock of Cashel. This cultural village is designed around a village green and is a home to the study and celebration of native Irish music, song, dance...

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Uploaded: 16/08/2009
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  • DAVID S. A. CHABOT over 1 year ago
    14 MAY 2013 It may be of interest to some that the location of this Ireland National Cultural Centre, Bru Boru, is the former site of the Estate (office, house, and land) of my 2nd great grandfather, Mr. James FitzGerald. The Centre carries the name of "Boru". My 33rd and 38th great grandfather is Brian Boru, High King of all Ireland. ---DAVID STEPHEN AMBROSE CHABOT, Seattle, King, Washington, USA
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