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The Book of Kells: proceedings of a conference at Trinity College, Dublin, 6-9 September 1992 | Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland)
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A few days in Dublin, Ireland meant a visit to see the Trinity College Library and The Book of Kells. The library is amazing, dating back to 1712. I could not take a photo of the book of Kells unfortunately! #oztraveller #library

JennyM You look to be having a great time👍 2mo
Freespirit I am @JennyM a real adventure❤️ 2mo
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Waiting to see The Book of Kells 🍀 #bookitlist #bucketlist #travelreads #firstbooks

LitsyWelcomeWagon Welcome to Litsy! Hope these #Litsytips by @RaimeyGallant http://bit.ly/litsytips and #LitsyHowTo videos: goo.gl/UrCpoU are helpful. There‘s so many fun things to do: book exchanges, buddy reads, photo challenges and more! #LitsyWelcomeWagon
RaimeyGallant Welcome! 6mo
BigHappiness @RaimeyGallant thank you!!! Love this place already 🖤📚 6mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🤗🌺 5mo
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#AbbaInAugust Day 11: The guy behind me looking on with amusement seems to be saying #KnowingMeKnowingYou as I was having my photo taken by a total stranger while at the Long Room (library) at Trinity College as part of the Book of Kells exhibition. Taken this morning. :)

Centique What an amazing place to visit! And such a cute photo 😂😂 1y
Cathythoughts Beautiful pic ! Enjoy your time in Ireland ... you have the weather... very lucky 🍀 1y
Meredith3 Fun day, funny pic! 1y
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batsy Great pic! That exhibition sounds wonderful 1y
Cinfhen Looks like you‘re having an amazing time❣️❣️❣️great pic 1y
Mdargusch What a great photo bomber! 1y
emilyhaldi Wow that place looks amazing!!! 1y
Reviewsbylola Love it!! 1y
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This is the only time I would commit a crime. Breaking into this library at night to discover these ancient texts 😍 WHO'S WITH ME?! #Ireland #Travel #BookLover #TheLongRoom

brianamorganbooks I would love to visit this library!! 1y
teenangstlives @brianamorganbooks I just sat down and stared in awe. Amazing to think people once studied in here! 1y
RavenLovelyReads I visited a few years ago. This library is truly beautiful! Is breathtaking. 1y
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Fb likes to make me cry by reminding me that this time last year was my trip to Ireland. Trinity College was pretty cool.

(Also, let‘s all appreciate the random tourists and my inability to take cool photos of cool places)

Eggs Welcome to Litsy 👋🏻😊 1y
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Interesting fact: the plural form for #codex is codices @Linsy (the more you read the more you know 😊)

I‘d love to see this codex which can be found at Trinity College Library in Dublin and dates back to the 9th century. #OldCoolBooks

BethM I'd love to see this. 1y
ReadZenRites Oh wow that is lovely 💕 1y
Linsy I love that! 1y
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#ManicMonday @JoScho

🎨I love the cover & inside illustrations in Rumi. Also Book of Kells
🎨I‘m going with Van Gogh.. seeing some originals brought tears to my eyes ... the myth , the man ,the painting
🎨Fave painting is Girl At The Window, Salvador Dali
🎨🤷🏻‍♀️- it was exciting to go to the Picasso museum in Paris ❤️
#ArtAttack..... Happy Monday all 🙋🏻‍♀️

JoScho Great answers and I love the collage 💕 2y
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Brighid is standing on the shoulders of giants to wish the Irish Littens a happy St. Patrick's Day!

Featuring: John O'Donohue, Matthew Sweeney, Frank McCourt, Michael Longley, Seamus Heaney, Charles Maturin and James Joyce. Mr Oscar Wilde is there, too, but he is larger than life (as per usual) and wouldn't fit in the picture.

They are all men. Who wants to suggest some Irish women writers?

CoffeeCatsBooks Happy St. Patrick‘s Day! 🍀 2y
Cathythoughts Thankyou ☘️☘️☘️watching the parade at the mo. But the highlight today is the rugby ☘️. Ireland & England. Kick off at 2.45 ❤️ 2y
tjwill Tana French! Her books are mysteries from the perspective of the (fictional) Dublin Murder Squad. My favorite is 2y
batsy I've got Eimear McBride and Edna O'Brien on the TBR. I've only read one book by Elizabeth Bowen and loved it (and I think she was Irish but lived in England...) 2y
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