"Menapia" Art Print
The original name of Wexford, a charming region in Ireland, is Menapia. This art print shows one of its beautiful landmarks called Hook Lighthouse. A lighthouse's purpose is to light the coast and alert boats so that they do not crash.
The message is written in Yola, an extinct language and dialect that used to be spoken until the mid-19th century in Wexford. It has influences from Spanish and Dutch among various other languages.
It reads: "Vor thou oan quare long an happie zins, shorne o’lournagh an ee-vilt wi benisons!".
And translates to something like: "For you very long and happy days, free from melancholy and full of blessings!"
This art print will light the path to your dreams so you don't get lost or crash!
Goes best with dark grey or black frames.
Sizes: A4: 297x210 mm | A3: 420x297 mm | A2: 594x420 mm | A1: 841x594 mm
Custom sizes are available upon request.
Paper and print details:
- Museum-quality matte paper
- Giclée printing quality
- Printed on a thick 250 g/m2 paper
- Has Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Label and follows high environmental and social standards
This product comes unframed.
Disclaimer: We endeavour to ensure that all images are as close to the true colour as possible, however, variation is expected based on your monitor or screen settings.
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