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The '''Kerry Bog Village''' is a museum situated in west Kerry focused on the history and culture of Ireland.<ref name=irishcentral2018-06-26/><ref name=KerryOfficialA/><ref name=IsSole2017-04-27/> It recreates traditional Irish thatched houses and the lives of their inhabitants, and its founder was largely responsible for the resuscitation of  the [[Kerry bog pony]] as a viable breed. The museum is located between the towns of Killorglin and Glenbeigh.
 
The '''Kerry Bog Village''' is a museum situated in west Kerry focused on the history and culture of Ireland.<ref name=irishcentral2018-06-26/><ref name=KerryOfficialA/><ref name=IsSole2017-04-27/> It recreates traditional Irish thatched houses and the lives of their inhabitants, and its founder was largely responsible for the resuscitation of  the [[Kerry bog pony]] as a viable breed. The museum is located between the towns of Killorglin and Glenbeigh.
  
The village's operators describe the village as unique in Europe.<ref name=KerryOfficialA//> The village's structures were built using authentic 18th century construction techniques.<ref name=irishcentral2018-06-26/>
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The village's operators describe the village as unique in Europe.<ref name=KerryOfficialA/> The village's structures were built using authentic 18th century construction techniques.<ref name=irishcentral2018-06-26/>
  
 
[[Seton Hall University]]'s Office of International Programs' three credit Irish program includes  time in the village museum.<ref name=Shu2018-11-28/>
 
[[Seton Hall University]]'s Office of International Programs' three credit Irish program includes  time in the village museum.<ref name=Shu2018-11-28/>

Latest revision as of 22:53, 22 April 2019

The Kerry Bog Village is a museum situated in west Kerry focused on the history and culture of Ireland.[1][2][3] It recreates traditional Irish thatched houses and the lives of their inhabitants, and its founder was largely responsible for the resuscitation of the Kerry bog pony as a viable breed. The museum is located between the towns of Killorglin and Glenbeigh.

The village's operators describe the village as unique in Europe.[2] The village's structures were built using authentic 18th century construction techniques.[1]

Seton Hall University's Office of International Programs' three credit Irish program includes time in the village museum.[4]

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