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Tag Archives: King John
St. Finians Church
Passing through Lucan recently I spotted an interesting stone structure in the distance. So as I do when the opportunity presents itself, off I went to explore with my trusty Nikon in hand. Perched on the summit of one of … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 12th Century, Black & White, Church. Ruins, Devils Foot, Dublin, Esker, Esker Riada, Headstone, Hill of Lucan, Ireland, King John, Lucan, Medieval, Mono, Murder, National Monuments Service, Nikon, Photography, Sli Mor, St. Finian, St. Patricks Cathedral 21 Comments
Our next stop off once we reached Waterford city was Reginald’s Tower. An early fort on this site formed the apex of the triangular Viking settlement at Waterford. It was strategically located on the high ground between a branch of St. John’s … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged "Urbs Intacta Manet", Anglo-Norman, Aoife, Civic Building, Dermot MacMurrough, Fortification, King James II, King John, King of Leinster, Medieval, Mint, Museum, OPW, Prision, Ragnall MacGillemaire, Reginald's Tower, Royal Castle, Strategic, Strongbow, Viking Triangle, Waterford 1 Comment
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