Events Imeachtaí

Official Opening of the new Military Archives Oscailt Oifigiúil na gCartlann Míleata nua

  • Start / Tús:
  • 26.04.16
  • Millitary Archives, Cathal Brugha Barracks
  • Na Cartlanna Míleata, Dún Chathail Bhrugha

Ceremony to mark the official opening of a newly constructed building at the Military Archives and the refurbishment of an adjoining building to facilitate visitor access to the Military Archives.

Searmanas chun ceiliúradh a dhéanamh ar oscailt oifigiúil foirgnimh nuathógtha ag na Cartlanna Míleata agus ar athchóiriú foirgnimh in aice láimhe d’fhonn rochtain cuairteoirí ar na Cartlanna Míleata a éascú.

This new facility will provide a front of house facility, a new purpose built annex building to provide file storage with enhanced access to physical files of the Military Pensions Archive.

There will be a plaque unveiling at the site of the new building and a wreath laying ceremony followed by a minute's silence and a piper's lament at the site of the executions.

Due to the size of the venue this event will not be open to the public.

Beidh áis fáiltithe sa tsaoráid nua, foirgneamh nua breise saincheaptha chun comhaid a stóráil ann agus rochtain fheabhsaithe ar chomhaid fhisiceacha Chartlann na bPinsean Míleata.

Beidh searmanas oifigiúil ann ina nochtfar plaic ag láthair an fhoirgnimh nua agus beidh searmanas fleascleagain ann in éineacht le nóiméad machnaimh chiúin agus caoineadh píobaire ag an láthair ar cuireadh na ceannairí chun báis.

Ní bheidh an pobal i láthair ag an ócáid toisc an t-ionad a bheith róbheag.

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