I like to write a few articles in my free time. Some have been published and some have not. Most of the articles are Ireland related and generally of a historical or cultural nature.
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Thursday, September 18, 2014
The King's Head Galway
Although a somewhat impersonal superpub, the building itself is around eight hundred years old. It is said to have been taken from the Lynchs by Colonel Peter Stubbers, the man believed to have executed King Charles I, hence the name of the pub.