Féile Lúghnasa

Binn Éadair, Cúige Laighean, Éire, Lúghnasa 2011
Binn Éadair, Cúige Laighean, Éire, Lúghnasa 2011 (Íomhá: An Sionnach Fionn)

Lá Fhéile Lúghnasa Sona Daoibh!

Tuatha Dé Danann
Na Fomhóraigh
Lucharacháin
An Sí
Na Fathaigh
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Na Púcaí
Na Péisteanna
Na Murúcha
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3 comments

  1. Beidh na bheannachtai Cheiltigh a thabhairt duit ar la inniu a Sheamuis.
    Ta an phictuir go deas, ach an bhuil e in aice le tra i nDun na nGall mar nil a fhios agam go bhuil dti dtirdhreach ar Binn Eadair.

    Beannacht De
    Joe

  2. Interesting to speculate why both the IoM and Cornwall celebrate St. John’s Eve (more or less the solstice) rather than Lùnasadh. That I think aligns them with the Scandanavian and Baltic nations rather than the Celts … odd.

    1. Never thought of that before but ’tis true. But then the IoM has a strong sense of a Scandinavian identity alongside the Celtic-Gaelic one (more so perhaps for some local anti-Gaels?)

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