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Tag Archives: Vault
Oughterard Round Tower & Church
After being told about the round tower here at Oughterard by a colleague whom lived in the area, I set of on the way home from work one evening to try and find the site. A couple of wrong turns … Continue reading
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St. Brigid’s Kitchen part 4
Just adjacent the entrance to the Cathedral is a restored 14 th century underground burial vault locally known as ‘St. Brigid’s Kitchen’ which is said to be the starting point of a reputed secret escape tunnel, lost for centuries. Little … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged Kildare, Kitchen, St. Brigid, Vault 2 Comments
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