Galway along the Corrib

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Duration 10 minutes

This soundwalk features a short stroll along the bank of the River Corrib in Galway’s city centre. The Corrib is one of Europe’s shortest and fastest flowing rivers. The sound of the water in the River and the city’s canals means that quietness can be found right in the center of Ireland’s fourth largest city.
The video is created by CiúnasProject – Ciúnas is the Irish word for quietness. The CiunasProject mission is to find quiet spaces in a busy world.

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