Dundalk and North Louth
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North Louth is a place of many contrasts, from the bustle of Dundalk to the tranquillity of Carlingford nestling at the foot of the Cooley Mountains. The area provided the setting for one of the great tales of the Ulster Cycle, the Táin Bó Cúailgne, or Cattle Raid of Cooley.
More than fifty percent of the place names in the Táin are located in North Louth one of which, Delca Muirthemne or Dundalk, was the home of the mythical hero of the story, the great Cuchulainn, the Hound of Ulster.
In Dundalk and North Louth, well known local artist Gerry Clarke and renowned historian Harold O'Sullivan have combined their skills to capture the beauty and rich history of the area in this timeless publication which, with its beautiful paintings and informative text, perfectly captures the life and spirit of North Louth from the bustle of Dundalk to the quiet peace of the villages along Carlingford Lough.
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Ring of Gullion
Author: Harold O'Sullivan
Illustrator: Gerry Clarke
No. Pages: 96
Dimensions: 250 x 180mm