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Clondalkin Round Tower
This is one of the most impressive Round Towers I have encountered to date, similar to the one at St. Brigids Cathedral in Kildare which you can read more about HERE with the exception that this one has its original … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Photography, Places of Interest, Round Tower, Ruins Tagged 700AD, 832AD Norse, Amlaíb Conung, battle, Battle of Clontarf, Brian Boru, Camac River, Cathedral, Cennétig mac Gaíthéne, Clondalkin, Conical Cap, Denmark, Dublin, Fortress, High King of Ireland, Invasion, Kildare, king of Loígis, Mochu, monastery, Norman, Richard de Clare, round Tower, Ruairi O Conchúir, Saint Cronan, St. Brigid, Strongbow, Vikings, Village 28 Comments
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