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Celtic culture in Ireland and Spain

El 5 de October de 2010 en Library, Spanish-Irish relations por | Sin comentarios

“Did the Irish come from Spain?” is the title of an article by John Carey which focuses on the myth of the Milesians, the descendents of Mil Espáine, who according to Irish mythology arrived in Ireland from Galicia.

Whether fact or fiction, what is true is that Spain and Ireland have maintained a series of connections throughout the ages, about which little is known today.

This month the library invites you to explore the origins of these connections dating back thousands of years.

Come and discover the traces of the Celtic civilisations which shaped the evolution of both countries, and in doing so, understand a little bit better who we are today.

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