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Tag Archives: Penal Laws
The Penal Altar
Having explored all the buildings that the Monastic settlement has to offer, I took a stroll through the packed graveyard, stopping off to look at a few interesting gravestones. Many graves were of military personnel dating back to the Battle … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Photography, Religious Sites Tagged Carlow, Ireland, Nikon, Penal Altar, Penal Laws, photographer, Photography, ruins, St. Mullins, Travel 21 Comments
A short walk from Baltinglass Abbey lies, an interesting tower, situated in the middle of St. Josephs cemetery on Chapel Hill. It is a very interesting Tower in that it was built independently from any other structure. It is believed … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Landscape, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 1782, Baltinglass, Baltinglass Abbey, Belltower, Castellated, Catholic Emancipation, Catholic Relief Act, Chapel, Chapel Hill, church, Ed Mooney Photography, Graveyard, Ireland, Luke Gardiner, Neolithic, Passage Tomb, Penal Laws, Plaque, Protestant, Roman Catholic, Shea Mont Castle, St. Josephs Cemetery, Steeple, Tower, Wicklow 48 Comments
Founded in 1292 by William De Vesci Lord of Kildare. The current church dates back to 1887 and became known as the White Abbey because of the color of the Carmelites habits. There are no remains of the earlier structures which … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged 1292, Abbey, Brigid, Carmelites, Castle, Chapel, church, Cruciform, edward mooney, Franciscans, Friars, Gothic, Granite, Grey Abbey, Habits, havenphotography, Henry VIII, Ireland, John Harris, Kildare, Lord of Kildare, Monasterevin, monasteries, Patrick, Penal Laws, Pugin, Sculpture, Stained Glass, White, William De Vesci, William Hague 2 Comments
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