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Yet again we find another holy well dedicated to St. Brigid, this time just a short distance outside Clondalkin Village in Dublin. In the book “The Holy Wells of Ireland” by Patrick Logan, he lists fifteen wells dedicated to St. … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, Photography, Places of Interest, Religious Sites, Sacred Well Tagged 1761, 5th century, Abbess, Baptise, Boot Road, Brideswell Common William Caldbeck Childrens Burial Ground, Clondalkin, Clootie Ash, Diary of a ruinhunter, Dublin, Ed Mooney Photography, Healing Powers, Holy Well, Ireland, Kildare, Moanastery, natural spring, photographer, Photography, St. Brigid 20 Comments
St. Fiachra’s Garden
As Previously mentioned another area within the Nation stud which is worth a visit is the St. Fiachra gardens. In 1999 the Irish National Stud created a commemorative garden to St Fiachra to celebrate the Millennium. It was designed by Professor Martin Hallinan, … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Landscape, Nature, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged award-winning, Co. Kildare, Curragh, ducks, Gardiners, lakes, landscape architect, Mary McAleese, Millenium, Monastic, National Stud, natural spring, Patron Saint, President of Ireland, Professor Martin Hallinan, swans, Tully, waterfalls Leave a comment
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