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Capturing History Challenge Week 19
Welcome to the final Challenge of 2015. What a year it has been, with the generous submissions from fellow bloggers, we have traveled to so many wonderful parts of the globe and hopefully enjoyed the history behind the images. So … Continue reading
Posted in Capturing History Challenge Tagged Bell Tower, Burrow Mump, Castle, Challenge, England, History, Ireland, photographer, Photography, Spain 32 Comments
Timahoe Round Tower
A couple of weeks ago I was training in some young Ruin Hunters, if you missed this post you can read more about this HERE. Out first port of call was the Round Tower in Timahoe, Co. Laois. It is … Continue reading
Posted in Castles, Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, People, Photography, Places of Interest, Religious Sites, Round Tower, Ruins Tagged 12th Century, 7th Century, Abbey, annals of the four masters, Bell Tower, Castle, church, Co Laois, Doorway, Ed Mooney Photography, Friar, Ireland, monastery, Richard Cosby, Romanesque, round Tower, Ruin, Ruinhunter, Saint Mochua, Sir Thomas Loftus, Suppression of the Monasteries, Timahoe 25 Comments
This post has been almost a year in the making. I first went looking for the church after I received a mail from Tom who runs the fantastic site The Standing Stone. It has been an inspiration to me over … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, Photography, Places of Interest, Religious Sites, Ruins Tagged 4B.C., Ancient, Archives, Barbados, Bell Tower, Care taker, Castle, Castle View Farm, Church. Ruins, Crannog, Culture, Deportation, Ed Mooney Photography, Execution, Fitzgerald, Fluacht Fia, Grave Robbers, Graveyard, Historic, house, Kildare, Lackagh, Lackagh Exiles, Leachach, Library, Mansion, Monasterevin, Motte, Mound, Mountrice, national, Oliver Cromwell, Ringfort, Slaves, The Standing Stone, Tombs, Tumulus 50 Comments
On the Edge of Tallaght village lies Saint Maelruain’s Church, and whilst not a ruin it is a stunning church and there are some very interesting items within its grounds. There is no definite date available as to when Tallaght … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Landscape, Medieval, Ruins Tagged 770AD, Abbey, Bell Tower, Captain Alland, Ceilí Dé, Celtic, church, Cromwellian, Cross, Culdees, Ed Mooney Photography. Tallaght Dublin, Font, Fortifications, Fosse, Graveyard, Ireland, King Donnchadh, Loaf and Griddle, Losset, Medieval, monastery, Normans, O'Byrne, O'Toole, Patron Saint, Raiders, St. Maelruain, Tamlactense Monasterium, The Pale, Tower, Turret, Vaulted Ceiling, Viking 41 Comments
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