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Five days in Ireland. BPW Pula Croatia. 20.05.2015. County of Wicklow. Glendalough - Walley of two lakes. Powerscourt and gardens.

Yesterday we finished the day with Trinity college.
The weather was very  changeable. The most interesting thing in the college are The Book of Kells,
sometimes known as the Book of Columba., due to the St. Columban, abbot, well known as a Founder of many monasteries all over Europe, like Bobbio, Italy, where he died in 616.  Illuminated manuscript, Gospel book,  in the Latin language, containing the four Gosplels of the New Testament, together with various prefatory texts and tables. It was created in an Columban monastery in either Britain or Ireland, or may have had contribution from various Columban institutions from both Britain and Ireland. The text is drown from the Vulgata, and Vetus Latina. Western calligrafy and represents the pinnacle of Insular illumination. It is also widely regarded as Ireland's finest national treasure. Probably was written at Iona, then hidden to Kells,  as the Vikings were devastign the Ireland.
 As we know that the Celtic were well know abbots whom had pilgrimaged  and spoken about  Christianity. Due to this Celtic coming back to the old Europe, obligated me to return to the prehistoric iron age. As we know the Irish speak english and gaelic,  and the so called proto gaelic. According  to a theory proposed in the 19th century, the first people to adopt cultural characteristics regarded as Celtic were the people of the Iron Age Hallstatt culture in Central  Europe (near Salzburg) (c. 800–450 BC), named for the rich grave finds in Hallstatt, Austria and later La Tene period (Switzland), (c.450 BC up to Roman conquest), this Celtic culture was supposed to have expanded by diffusion and migration all over the Europe, and to the British Isle - Insular Celts, France and Gauls, Bohemia, Poland, Central Europe, Iberian Peninsula - Celtiberians, Celtici, Lusitanians and Gallaeci, in Italy Canegrate, Golassecans nd Cisalpine Gauls, and the invasions of the Balka in 279 BC , as far east as central  Anatolia - Galatians. And now some images how we spend the our second day in Ireland. Images is better "speaker" then me.
The typical tower in Glendalough .
The most sure place for hiding the monastic writings, the vikings are in front of the doors.
The tower at  its height and graves.
The lane and the black crow.
The main entrance.
Coming back from the Glendalough
Inside of the Dodaj naslov
Behind the Wicklow hilss.
Just a look to the  Shopping" town. and coming back to the hotel, as the duty is calling us. 
All together.  with Mrs.

Paulom Fitzsimmons (email: paula@goingforgrowth.com ) , nacionalnom direktoricom projekta Going for Growth, irskom koordinatoricom za GEM projekt, i počasnom ambasadorcom ženskog podzetništva, na temu opće projektne suradnje poslovnih žena Irske i Hrvatske www.goingforgrowth.com

Nada, Loredana, Elida and Mrs. Jasna Ognjanovac 
Mrs. Jasna Ognjanovac, the Croatian Ambassador in Ireland with Mrs. Alida Perkov, the President of BPW. Pula.

Gospodin   Željko Jurilj,  Thermopoint Ltd. Cappoquin,  preporučen od strane HTZ kao potencijalni trgovac malih serija hrvatskih proizvoda.

Tomorow Galway.

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