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Another Castle that I found near Dalkey was Bullock Castle. It is believed to date from the twelfth century, in and around 1150AD. Apparently it was built by the Cistercian monks of St. Mary’s Abbey in Dublin, in order to … Continue reading
Posted in Castles, Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 1150AD, 12th Century, Abbey, Battlements, Bullock Castle, Carving, Castle, Cistercian, Dalkey, Dublin, Ed Mooney Photography, Fishing, Harbour, Ireland, Machicolation, Monks, photographer, ruins, St. Mary, The Danes Head 14 Comments
Right, I have finaly managed to move my blog accross, just in time for Christmas. Next year I hope to get to visit more of these fascinating sites which can be found scattered around the Irish countryside, (some are more easily found … Continue reading
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