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St. Doolaghs Holy Well
The last items of interest to be seen on the grounds of St. Doolaghs are the rumoured three holy wells. The first is believed to be connected to the small octagonal structure known as the Baptistery, which has become famous … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, Places of Interest, Ruins, Sacred Well Tagged 12th Century, 600AD Hermit, 7th Century, Balgriffin, Baptistry, Battlement, cell, Cemetry, church, Cross, Dublin, Ed Mooney Photography, Glendalough, God, Holy Well, Ireland, Lepracy, monastery, Olave, Photography, St. Catherine's Pond, St. Doolagh, Stone, Stone Roof, Tower, Viking, Well House 15 Comments
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