Architecture - Ireland
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Flashback: Running water finally arrived...
With a population of 300 at the time, residents of Inis Meáin had relied on wells for their water supply. As 70-year-old islander Peadar O Conghaile, who had spent his eight decades carrying water back to his thatched cottage, said of the development that so many of us take for granted- “You only have to turn on a tap. It’s o mighty.” Inis Meáin, Aran Islands