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Perfect Irish Celtic weddings begin on Fantasy Ireland

Traditional Irish Celtic Weddings are perfect for lovers young and old! Discover how to make your special day both affordable and memorable on Fantasy Ireland!

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Celtic Dragons : Mythical Power Source

No symbols can match the power of Celtic dragons. Fantasy-Ireland explains their mythical powers and a couple of things that may surprise you.

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The Sacred Celtic Tree of Life : Fantasy-Ireland

One of the most sacred Celtic symbols of all is the Celtic Tree of Life. Discover why the Irish Druids believed the Sacred Tree had the power to reveal messages from the gods.

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The symbolism of an heirloom christening gown : Fantasy-Ireland

Learn what the white christening gown signifies, and why it is so often a cherished family heirloom.

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Saint Patrick: Patron Saint of Ireland

Saint Patrick...legendary patron saint of Ireland returned to the Emerald Isle after escaping many hard years of slavery. He was following his divine calling to convert pagan Irish Celts to Christiani

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