Countdown is on for Europe’s Capital of Culture in 2020
Galway is loved for its beautiful landscape, its vibrant city and the charm and wit of its people. It is a city and county that has inspired generations of artists. It is fitting, then, that the city will be the European Capital of Culture in 2020.
“This is an opportunity for us to showcase the collective imagination of Galway, a chance for everyone to experience and participate in culture, for people to take part in something...
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