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Christmas is drawing close and our friends from Learn Manx have been kind enough to share some Manx greetings with us. So, if you're looking for the best way to say "Merry Christmas" in Manx or then check out the list below. All you...

There are few images more iconic of the Isle of Man than that of Lady Isabella, the massive water wheel in Laxey. Erected in 1854, this is still the largest operational water wheel in world, a title which is unlikely to ever be challenged again....

Have you ever heard the poem entitled Ellan Vannin by Eliza Craven Green? It's a lovely poem written in the 1800s that embodies the beauty of the Island and has sometimes been referred to as the alternative Manx national anthem. [singlepic id=14 w=160 h=120 float=right]When the...