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Tag Archives: Patron Saint
On the Edge of Tallaght village lies Saint Maelruain’s Church, and whilst not a ruin it is a stunning church and there are some very interesting items within its grounds. There is no definite date available as to when Tallaght … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Landscape, Medieval, Ruins Tagged 770AD, Abbey, Bell Tower, Captain Alland, Ceilí Dé, Celtic, church, Cromwellian, Cross, Culdees, Ed Mooney Photography. Tallaght Dublin, Font, Fortifications, Fosse, Graveyard, Ireland, King Donnchadh, Loaf and Griddle, Losset, Medieval, monastery, Normans, O'Byrne, O'Toole, Patron Saint, Raiders, St. Maelruain, Tamlactense Monasterium, The Pale, Tower, Turret, Vaulted Ceiling, Viking 41 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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