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Priory of De Laude Dei
Posted on August 22, 2013 by edmooneyphotography
I came across the Abbey at Ballyboggan purely by chance after taking a wrong turn. I was actually heading along the Kildare/ Offaly border in search of a couple of De Bermingham Castles which I had missed on by last … Continue reading →
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