President Clinton concludes his trip in Limerick, the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland. Limerick has progressed dramatically since the 1970's due to the combined influences of industrial expansion, the introduction and evaluation of the University of Limerick and major infrastructure investments supported heavily by the European Union. The 11th Century King John's Castle (pictured above) has been massively refurbished and is a natural gathering point. The University area on the Dublin road is home to both the University and College of Physical Education, Ireland's newest concert auditorium and the widely praised Hunt museum, where the famous Limerick lace may be seen.


Dubin - Sept 4th

Belfast, Omagh, Armagh - Sept 3rd

Moscow - Sept 2nd

Moscow - Sept 1st

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