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Tag Archives: Ruin Hunter
Church Ruins of St. Columba
Well it’s a New Year and to start of I decided that the ongoing lack of transport and a camera will not disturb my Ruin hunting activities. So for a while I will be sharing some of the early sites … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged church, Columba, Confey, Ireland, Kildare, Leixlip, Medieval, Nikon, photographer, Photography, Ruin, Ruin Hunter, Travel 53 Comments
My Little Ruin Hunters
Saturday turned out to be an eventful day, with the wife in work I took a trip up to Portlaoise to get a start on the shopping for the new school term. With the three kids in tow, it wasn’t … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, People, Photography, Places of Interest, Religious Sites, Round Tower, Ruins Tagged Casdtle, Children, church, Country Code, Ed Mooney Photography, Holy Well, Interactive Ruins Map, Junior, kids, Laois, Oughavel, Princess, round Tower, Ruin Hunter, SatNav, St. Brigids Cathedral, Timahoe 31 Comments
Moving on to yet another interesting church ruin. Just outside Stepaside village in Co. Dublin lies the church of Kilgobbin. These ruins only date back to 1707AD, but was built of the site of an earlier wooden church, probably from … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 1014, 1707AD, Battle of Clontarf, Brian Boru, church, Dublin, Ed Mooney Photography, high cross, Kilgobbin, Lintel, Mound Graveyard, Pre-Norman, Rathdown Slab, Ruin Hunter, St. Gobban, Stepaside, Viking 36 Comments
This Abbey is one of my personal favourite sites to visit. Last week I found myself urged to make the drive down the N81 through Blessington to the small town of Baltinglass in Wicklow to explore the Abbey. Baltinglass was … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 1148AD, 2537AD, Abbey, Anglican, Architecure, Baltinglass, Baltinglass Master, Bealach Conglais, Blessington, carvings, Chancel, Chapel, church, Cistercian, Cloister, Clonglas, Diarmuid Mac Murchada, Dissolution, Earl of Pembroke, Fianna, Fionn Mac Cumhaill, Gothic Arches, Grace Stone, Invasion, Ireland, Jerpoint, King of Leinster, Knight, Mausoleum, Mellifont, monastery, Monks, Nave, Norman, Presbytery, Rennovation, Richard de Clare, River Slaney, Road of Cúglas, Romanesque, Ruin Hunter, St. Marys, Strongbow, The Valley of Salvation, Tile, Transept, Warrior, Wicklow 47 Comments
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