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Dungloe and the Rosses ‘mar a bhi sé, mar atá sé’

Dungloe's Main Street taken by Robert French in the early 1900, which is part of 'Then and Now', a photographix exhibition opening this weekend.

Dungloe’s Main Street taken by Robert French in the early 1900, which is part of ‘Then and Now’, a photographix exhibition opening this weekend.

A PHOTOGRAPHIC exhibition showing how Dungloe and the Rosses have changed over the past century will open this evening (Saturday).

‘Mar a bhi sé, mar ata sé’ is a major exhibition, which will be unveiled at Ionad Teampaill Chróine, Forbairt na Rossan at 8pm.

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The exhibition features large scale, high definition prints of Dungloe and the Rosses from circa 1908, from the Lawrence Collection. The collection includes some rarely seen images. These images were then recently photographed from as near as possible to the original spot, by Crona Walsh.

Admission is free and light snacks and drinks will be served. There will also be two limited edition sets of postcards from the Lawrence Collection on sale at a discounted rate.

The exhibition will be launched by County Heritage Officer, Dungloe born Joseph Gallagher. For more information contact 074 9522198.

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