A great work that does not really captivates crowds in Ireland, unfortunately, apart from a few enthusiasts navigation, and it is a pity because the symbolic significance of these waterways, crisscrossing the island as a vector of unity, has not escaped the Dublin government has unblocked 35 million euros in 2007 to renovate the Ulster Canal, a waterway linking artery, once renovated, Belfast to Limerick (277 km apart for motorists).
More in French here.
Can it be that Craggy Island wants the Ulster Canal as a “vector of unity” rather than as a contribution to the economic development of Clones? Or that the Ulster Canal is (comme on dit) a Fenian plot? Surely not!