Overview of these early 2022 innovations in the Emerald Islands!
Game of Thrones Studio
At the top of the table, the Game of Thrones Studios, Recently opened The original filming of the hit series took place at the Linen Mill Studio in Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland.
This Game of Thrones studio tour will bring fans to the heart of Westeros, with stunning sets, original costumes, costumes and surprises behind an exclusive curtain from the series.
With an area of more than 10,000 m2, this new interactive experience will allow fans to enter seven countries in a new way. They can enter the “Great Hall” of Winterfell, where John Snow is proclaimed “King in the North”, see the throne of the Daenerys Targaryen in Dragonstone, and keep a close eye on the incredible weapons and weapons used to understand the special effects used. Discover the skills and crafts that helped make the series, or series, alive. The in-depth and interactive experience uses state-of-the-art technology to bring Westeros to life, making it as grand as the series.
Castle Palace Hotel
See also Mars Inauguration of Castle Palace Hotel, The palace of the former eighteenth-century archbishop, located in the heart of the ancient East of Ireland. After four years of major renovations, the hotel opens as a magnificent 5 * Relais & Châteaux hotel in the heart of Cashel in County Tipperary, one of Ireland’s heritage cities.
Surrounded by nature and history, the estate surrounds the Rock of Cashel Landmark, while the owners’ passion for horses shines everywhere, in an area known for horse breeding. Guests can enjoy a variety of horseback riding activities, including exclusive access to the world’s most famous racing and breeding facilities.
Belfast and its Titanic Museum
Belfast Ireland recently became the first city on the island to receive the title of UNESCO Music City. As the title holder, the city will offer a series of major concerts over the next few years that will celebrate its rich musical heritage.
One of the musical highlights to be found in Belfast was a Creative Center for Musicians, once a bonded whiskey warehouse. An exhibition reveals the depth and breadth of creative talent emerging in Belfast and Northern Ireland.
Belfast nurtures a wide variety of music scene and artists. Not to be missed is the Belfast Traditional Music Path, which begins at The Dirty Onion Bar in the Cathedral Quarters, or the Van Morrison Trail (self-guided), which reveals much about the life of the musical legend and his connections with the city. .
In Belfast, Titanic Belfast is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. First opened on March 31, 2012, the building is located on the water’s edge near Harland & Wolf’s original drafting offices, the Hamilton Groving Dock and the Titanic’s slipways – the site where the powerful RMS Titanic was designed, built and launched.
Opened March 31, 2012, Titanic Belfast, Titanic Slipways, Harland & Wolf Drawing Offices, and Hamilton Groving Dock Adjacent to the water, where Titanic was developed, built and commissioned.
With six floors and nine interactive galleries, it tells the story of a stunning attraction, the concept and construction of the legendary Ocean Liner, and its journey from Belfast Low to its unfortunate maiden voyage and place in history.
The self-guided tour inside the Titanic Belfast offers an in-depth and state-of-the-art technical experience of the ship’s sights, sounds, smells, stories, people who gave it life, and the city. As you walk the path of the designers and shipbuilders who brought the “ship of dreams” to life, the open air tour reveals the hidden symbolism of the iconic building.
Dublin, James Joyce, Century of Ulysses
February 2 marks the 100th anniversary of the publication of James Joyce Ulysses, Dublin, the UNESCO literary city where Joyce was born, will be the center of centenary celebrations.
Celebrations take place throughout the year, ending on June 16, 1944, a day called “Bloomsday” in honor of Leopold Bloom, the central character in the novel, which takes place in and around Dublin on June 16, 1944.
One of the city’s attractions that marks the Dublin-born author is the Museum of Literature Ireland, which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the publication of one of the most notable works of English literature, and is also the focal point of the celebrations of “Ulysses100”.
Throughout the year, MoLI hosts a series of events that invite artists, writers, scholars and artists of all genres, and today celebrates Ulysses’ continued influence on literature and creativity.
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