Manage episode 333703097 series 2575536
On 25th August 1992, the Serbian paramilitaries set fire to the National Library of Sarajevo. The library burned for 2 days and 2 nights before the fire could be bought under control. A few centuries prior in 1592, Trinity College was established in Dublin, and it became the first university in all of Ireland and UK to award degrees to women. But what could possibly connect these two disparate cultures across time and space? This week, in the third episode of the series, Ireland Untravelled, we arrive at the Long Room of the Old Library at Trinity College Dublin and understand how and why it houses the soul of the Irish Nation.
Till then Check out the other episodes of "Fabulous Foods"
Coconuts, Cold War and Nuclear Fusion :- https://ivm.today/3riUjRe
Indian Jews, Konkan Coast and Kippur-Chi-Puri :- https://ivm.today/3KEh8qh
Nutmeg: The World's Most Violent Spice :- https://ivm.today/3uE4bY4
Portuguese, Banned Languages and Grinding Songs :- https://ivm.today/3JEpZH7
Dosa, Apocalypse and Dashavataras of Vishnu :- https://ivm.today/3xoXfQb
Clove, Transnational Smuggling and Nostalgia: https://ivm.today/3GDnrck
Biryani vs Pulao, Deceit and Mughlai Cooking : https://ivm.today/3xuayw9
Taboo Foods, Hindu Epics and Dharma : https://ivm.today/3zblDpl
Nine Poisons, Tamil Mountain Gods and Food as Faith : https://ivm.today/3t7twrS
A 400 Year Old Curse, Coffee and Indian Chinese food : https://ivm.today/38UX3hW
Cooking Rhinoceros, Rajputana Kings and Fake Meat : https://ivm.today/3x6nRoE
You can check previous episodes of 'Podcasts from Nowhere' on IVM Podcasts website
You can reach out to our host Utsav on Instagram: @whywetravel42
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.