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Galway Bay Folk Tales

History


by
Rab Swannock Fulton and Marina Wild

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 192 pages

File size: 1.6 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

From the saints of the Dark Ages to modern-day sinners, Galway Bay is the source of some of Ireland’s most magical tales. In this book local storyteller Rab Fulton takes the reader through Galway’s past, recalling the myths and legends that shaped the area’s history – from the quarrelsome giants who in their rage created the Aran Isles to the corpses that flew through the air at the very first Galway Arts Festival. Also featuring tales of magic swans, miraculous nuns, a city beneath the waves and a cannibal king, this is a great compilation for any visit to the county, for fascinating days out and finding exciting treasure on your doorstep.

From the saints of the Dark Ages to modern-day sinners, Galway Bay is the source of some of Ireland’s most magical tales. In this book local storyteller Rab Fulton takes the reader through Galway’s past, recalling the myths and legends that shaped the area’s history – from the quarrelsome giants who in their rage created the Aran Isles to the corpses that flew through the air at the very first Galway Arts Festival. Also featuring tales of magic swans, miraculous… (more)

From the saints of the Dark Ages to modern-day sinners, Galway Bay is the source of some of Ireland’s most magical tales. In this book local storyteller Rab Fulton takes the reader through Galway’s past, recalling the myths and legends that shaped the area’s history – from the quarrelsome giants who in their rage created the Aran Isles to the corpses that flew through the air at the very first Galway Arts Festival. Also featuring tales of magic swans, miraculous nuns, a city beneath the waves and a cannibal king, this is a great compilation for any visit to the county, for fascinating days out and finding exciting treasure on your doorstep.

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