Tag Archives: Limestone

The Victors

Erected back in 1988, this unusual sculpture sits at the end of Main Street in Tallaght Village. Carved from limestone by the sculptor Dick Joynt, it is called the Victors. It is said to depict four adults holding children aloft … Continue reading

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Teampall Do-Ath

Back down Carbury Hill lies a wonderful walled graveyard surrounded by pasturelands. Within the confines of these walls lie the ruins of a church known as Teampall Do-Ath. I cannot find a date for this but it would appear to … Continue reading

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Aghaboe Abbey

Right, I have finaly managed to move my blog accross,┬ájust in time for Christmas. Next year I hope to get to visit more of┬áthese fascinating sites which can be found scattered around the Irish countryside, (some are more easily found … Continue reading

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