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A virtual Irish pub crawl, and no hangover! The Irish Pubs Photo Book Volume I is a "coffee table" style photo book containing color photos of beautiful authentic traditional Irish pubs in Ireland, great for viewing on any eBook reader device or tablet. The photo book contains over 60 different Irish pub photos. Stunning Irish pub photos and top Irish family name pubs inside, including Cassidy, Coughlan, Crowley, Doyle, Feeney, Murphy, O'Connor, O'Neill, O'Shea, and more. May you be blessed with an opportunity to travel to Ireland to visit some of these fine Irish public houses and experience the unique ambience and pleasures that each pub offers. Five percent of the book sales' royalties support selected Irish youth programs in Ireland.

Published: M. D. Healy on
ISBN: 9781476354460
List price: $2.99
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