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The Traces of the Past exhibition has reached the next stop on its Irish tour.  The exhibition left Dublin Airport last week and was opened to the public in Galway City Museum on Saturday 25th.  It will remain there until the beginning of April 2014.  Admission is free!

For this visit, the panels are no longer free-standing but mounted on the walls of the museum, which is a beautiful, light-filled space.  Visitors will also be able to catch other exhibits about Galway and the Western Seaboard’s heritage and culture.  The museum was named Ireland’s 11th most popular free tourist attraction by Bord Fáilte in 2013.

Thanks to Eithne Verling, Director of the museum,  Helen Bermingham and Geralyn Fannon of the Galway City Museum for helping us bring Traces of the Past to Galway!

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