Irish Historic Towns Atlas – Galway 2016-2017

/Irish Historic Towns Atlas – Galway 2016-2017
Irish Historic Towns Atlas – Galway 2016-20172020-10-28T13:47:26+00:00

Irish Historic Towns Atlas

The atlas of Galway is no. 28 in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA) series. Th e IHTA is a research project of the Royal Irish Academy. Its aim is to record the topographical development of a selection of Irish towns both large and small. Each town is published separately as a fascicle or folder and includes a series of maps complemented by an essay and a detailed text section (the Topographical Information). The IHTA is part of a wider European scheme and Galway is now one of c. 20 towns and cities published internationally.

DOWNLOAD HI-RES PANELS

Irish Historic Towns Atlas

Th e atlas of Galway is no. 28 in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA) series. Th e IHTA is a research project of the Royal Irish Academy. Its aim is to record the topographical development of a selection of Irish towns both large and small. Each town is published separately as a fascicle or folder and includes a series of maps complemented by an essay and a detailed text section (the Topographical Information). Th e IHTA is part of a wider European scheme and Galway is now one of c. 20 towns and cities published internationally.


MUSEUM OPENING TIMES

In line with current government guidelines, Galway City Museum will be closed to the public until further notice. We will monitor the situation very closely to plan our re-opening.  Visitors can still explore the museum virtually at galwaycitymuseum.ie and stay updated on museum developments by following Galway City Museum on social media channels, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
 
If you have any queries about bookings please feel free to contact us on 091 532460 or museum@galwaycity.ie. Bookings for next number of weeks will be cancelled.
 
We would like to take this opportunity to appeal to you to please stay safe, stay at home and protect each other so that we can welcome you back again soon. With regard to Covid-19 the future is in all of our hands!
 
PLAN A VISIT
close-link
Museum Information