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Six Celtic nations based on their use of living Celtic languages: Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall (England), and Brittany (France).

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Celtic - Paganism Photo (30377740) - Fanpop

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Slate Stand Up Plaque - To Be Born Welsh ( Dragon) - Welsh Gifts. One of my favorite poems from one of my favorite online shops. :-)

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Scotland Highlands

Like a lot of these locations Glen Coe is very green and has been looked after because of how colourful it looks. This location would be effective for ecotourism and I personally think it would encourage others to stop polluting areas like this.

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The Storytelling Roundhouse at Cae Mabon in Snowdonia, Wales

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750 BC to 12 BC,Celts were the most powerful people in central & northern Europe.Wave after wave,they spread outwards,taking over France,Belgium,& crossing to Britain.There were many tribes of Celts,speaking a vaguely common language.Celt comes from the Greek,Keltoi,which means barbarians & is properly pronounced as "Kelt". Celt is a term NOT used until the 18th century.The Romans called these people Britons.The Celtic Iron Age ended AD43

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Highlands of Scotland are a great place for a wedding! Read all about a Tartan Knot Tie! <3

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Caisteal Moal, c.1490, ancient seat of MacKinnon Clan, Isle of Skye. For more beautiful Scottish castles, see board "Celtic castle. abbey. chapel" by Lug

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Wheel of the Year: Imbolc (Feb. 2nd)

#wiccan #wicca wheel of year )O( More

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Always lovely! The 13th century ruins of Tintagel Castle, overlooking the ocean in Cornwall, England. Excavations demonstrated that this was a fortified home of the ruler of Cornwall in about 500AD. The largest fortified site of the ‘Arthurian’ period, i