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This post has been almost a year in the making. I first went looking for the church after I received a mail from Tom who runs the fantastic site The Standing Stone. It has been an inspiration to me over … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, Photography, Places of Interest, Religious Sites, Ruins Tagged 4B.C., Ancient, Archives, Barbados, Bell Tower, Care taker, Castle, Castle View Farm, Church. Ruins, Crannog, Culture, Deportation, Ed Mooney Photography, Execution, Fitzgerald, Fluacht Fia, Grave Robbers, Graveyard, Historic, house, Kildare, Lackagh, Lackagh Exiles, Leachach, Library, Mansion, Monasterevin, Motte, Mound, Mountrice, national, Oliver Cromwell, Ringfort, Slaves, The Standing Stone, Tombs, Tumulus 50 Comments
During a long break from work over the festive season, with cabin fever begining to settle in, and a failed attempt to find an old ruin near Kilcullen. I set out on a second attempt to locate the site only … Continue reading
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