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Celtic culture

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Celtic culture. Get inspired and try out new things.
Tattooed monarchs: Both King Edward VII and his son, King George V, had a collection of inkings.

The inkings are the subject of a new book, 1,000 Tattoos, which also features some incredible vintage designs.

The Celtic nations today: Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Mann, Cornwall, Brittany & Galicia

The Celtic nations today: Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Mann, Cornwall, Brittany & Galicia

Raven on Maughold Cross Print

Bring a touch of Celtic art and history into your home with this exquisite A3 print of the Maughold Cross, featuring a stunning raven perched on the intricately designed Celtic cross covered with scrollwork. This print is an artist's rendering of Cross 97, considered one of the most beautiful crosses, and is a perfect representation of the craftsmanship and artistry of the Isle of Man. Measuring 11.7 x 16.5 inches, this print is an impressive size and is sure to be a conversation starter…


So, why Druidry? The simple answer is that it just feels so right. Druidry enlivens and sings to my soul like no other spiritual path. The combined emphasis of trusting one’s intuition and th…

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The fern (leaf of a plant) tattoo is becoming more popular as time passes by. There are a number of reasons why you might be interested in this particular symbol.Leaves have been associated with many different cultures like the Celtic culture and others. #nextluxury #tattooideas #tattoodesigns
The apple is considered a fruit of utmost importance for many cultures and religions since ancient times. The apple tree is the tree whose fruits give the power of the knowledge of good and evil in Paradise. This is just one example; There are many other cases in the Greek religions and Celtic, and others in many more cultures.
The wand dates back to prehistoric times. In ancient Egypt magic texts were left in tombs along with a magic wand which enabled the soul to use them. In classical Greco-Roman mythology, the god Hermes/Mercury had a special wand called a caduceus, which was a symbol of power, wisdom and healing. Both Celtic and Germanic cultures used the wand as a symbol of the axis of the Solstices.
We will take you on a journey through Ireland's stunning landscapes, from the rugged coastline of the Wild Atlantic Way to the rolling green hills of the countryside. You will learn about Ireland's fascinating history, from ancient Celtic myths and legends to the struggles for independence and the modern-day peace process. We will introduce you to Ireland's vibrant culture, from its traditional music and dance to its world-famous literature, art, and architecture.