Templecronan

Templecronan / Temple Cronan, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland

12 century church ruins probably built on the site of an earlier structure founded by St Cronan in the 7th Century

The tomb said to mark the burial place of St Cronan

The blocked original doorway

Killadangan Megalithic Complex

Killadangan Stone Row

Killadangan Megalithic Complex, Co Mayo, Ireland

Killadangan Alignment

Killadangan Stone Row

Killadangan Standing Stone

Killadangan Standing Stone with Croagh Patrick mountain behind

Glebe North Stone Circle

Glebe North Stone Circle

Glebe stone circle (AKA Cong stone circle), Cong, Co Mayo, Ireland

Glebe North Stone Circle

One of four stone circles in the locality

Glebe North Stone Circle

Kilgeever Christian Site

Kilgeever Christian Site

Kilgeever Christian Site near Croagh Patrick, Co Mayo, Ireland

St Patrick's rock and Kilgeever Christian Site

St Patrick’s rock in the foreground at Kilgeever

St Patrick’s rock

The Mass rock with inscribed cross – St Patrick’s rock

Kileever holy well,  Toberreendoney

Toberreendoney, The holy well around which pilgrims walk and pray

Kileever cross inscribed pillar

Cross inscribed pillar in Kileever graveyard

More info here https://pilgrimagemedievalireland.com/tag/kilgeever-abbey/

Derry Churches, Ards

Derry Churches - North church

Derry Churches, Ards Peninsula, Co Down, Northern Ireland

Derry Churches - South Church

The 1st photo is the north church, the smaller south church above and below

Derry Churches

The site is associated with St. Cummain ( St. Cumman)

Cross inscribed stone

A small early cross inscribed stone stands in the north church

Castlekine

Castlekine aka Ballykine Castle

Castlekine aka Ballykine Castle, Co Mayo, Ireland

Castlekine aka Ballykine Castle

The tower house ruin is situated in Clonbur Wood and is fenced off as it is structurally unsound

Kilulta Church ruin

Kilulta Church ruin

Kilulta Church, Co Limerick, Ireland

Kilulta Church ruin

The ruins are said to be ‘oldest church in the county’, date unsure but given as 8th century (info from National Monuments Service) and ‘believed to be one of the oldest stone churches in Ireland’ (Wikipedia)

Kilulta Church ruin

The name can be translated as Cill an Ultaigh, the church of the Ulsterman, or Cill Ultain, the church of St Ultain (info from Heritage Project, Diocese of Limerick )

Breastagh Ogham Stone

Breastagh Ogham Stone

Breastagh Ogham Stone, Killala, County Mayo, Ireland

Breastagh Ogham Stone

The standing stone is over 3.5 metres in height

Breastagh Ogham Stone

The inscription on one side reads L.GG……SD ….LEGESCAD and on the other side MAQ CORRBRI MAQ AMLOITT, translated as “The Son of Corbbri, Son Of Amloitt”