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A fierce battle with the Vikings in St Anne's Park in Raheny in Dublin.

6th April, 2014


More than 500 Vikings will descend on St Anne's Park in Raheny this Easter weekend as Dublin City Council stages the country's largest-ever living history battle re-enactment at the Battle of Clontarf Festival. Over 40,000 visitors are expected to turn out to witness the clash of the Viking and Irish armies in a set piece that will feature over 500 actors from around the world.

The festival will take place from 11am to 7pm on April...

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