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Ireland is naturally steep in abundant history that comprises its culture and arts. This country continues to glow even after years of existence. The culture of Ireland can be well appreciated through a taste of genuine Irish music, art, and literature. These forms of expression vividly convey the heritage story of Ireland which began long before we were born.

Ireland has produced brilliant literature minds like James Joyce and Jonathan Swift of Dublin, Oscar Wilde of Wicklow, and WB Yeats of Sligo. These writers have brought fame and glory to Irish literature along with some more notable writers of their time. Indulge in a tour and feel of their masterpieces in Ireland’s literature centers. Literature inclined tourists will definitely love to take part in festivals commemorating and recognizing these geniuses who were once an ordinary Irish themselves. And much more, tourists can well experience these writers’ presence in a number of pubs dotted all around Ireland. Most probably, you will like the idea of relating these writers’ stories over a pint of Guinness.

Literature goes hand in hand with music. Ireland is well acclaimed worldwide for its remarkable Irish music. This country has an amazing culture of singing away life’s little inconveniences. Music is the heart and soul of an Irish social life. It can be heard and enjoyed literally everywhere, from open fields to pubs and from large lively cities to small quaint villages. And who would not know the U2, or the Corrs, Westlife and Enya? These music artists are proud products of Ireland. This country has nurtured much more singers and bands worth enjoying as you make your way to Ireland. Traditional Irish music sessions everywhere in this country make up a rich and colorful music culture.

Aside from literature and music, Ireland is also a home to vibrant theatrical presentations depicting this country’s rich culture and tradition. The Barabbas Theatre Company in Dublin, Yeats Theatre Company in Sligo, Siamsa Tire Theatre National Folk Theatre of Ireland in Kerry, the Playhouse in Derry, Lyric Theatre in Antrim, An Grianan Theatre in Donegal and Town Hall Theatre in Galway are just some of the numerous theatre houses in the entire Ireland. Tourists who take delight in theatrical shows will most definitely make Ireland a top priority on their lists of must-travel countries.

It is amazing how Ireland has merged culture with an excellent art expression. Explore Ireland and its rich heritage of culture and arts.

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