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Leagfaidh tua bheag crann mór

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About IrishCentral

IrishCentral was launched in 2009 and has a proud history of social and community engagement. With a team in both New York and Dublin, IrishCentral is dedicated to connecting the Irish throughout the world and creating an online platform where all Irish can feel at home.

"Irish-ness" is not something that can be defined by geographical location. It is a connection, a sense of belonging that never goes away. No matter where you are in the world, a connection to the island, the people, and its places is special. It’s our island, your Ireland, and you can be certain that if it's Irish, it's on IrishCentral.