Leacanabuaile Stone Fort

Leacanabuaile Stone Fort

Leacanabuaile Stone Fort, Co Kerry, Ireland

Leacanabuaile Stone Fort

The rectangular and circular structure in the cashel

Leacanabuaile Stone Fort

In the background Cahergal Stone Fort

St Ciaran’s Well

Bridge to the well
St Ciaran’s Well, Castlekeeran, Co Meath, Ireland – the bridge to the well

St Ciaran's Well
St Ciaran’s Well – rag tree at the well

St Ciaran's Well
Water flows through the natural rock formations

St Ciaran's Shrine
St Ciaran’s Shrine

Cahergal Stone Fort

Cahergal Stone Fort

Cahergal Stone Fort with entrance

Cahergal Stone Fort

Cahergal Stone Fort, Co Kerry, Ireland

Cahergal Stone Fort

The circular structure in the centre of the cashel

Cahergal Stone Fort

The interior tiered walls with steps giving access to the top rampart

Cahergal Stone Fort

Doorway from inside the cashel

Kilmainhamwood Holed Stone

Kilmainhamwood Holed Stone
Kilmainhamwood Holed Stone, Co Meath, Ireland

Kilmainhamwood Holed Stone
The holed stone has a worn carved cross on this side not visible due to the back lighting

Font
Font located by the graveyard gate

Grave slab
One of the grave slabs depicting a man and a women

Kilbeg Cross Slab

Kilbeg Cross Slab
Kilbeg Cross Slab, Co Meath, Ireland

Kilmalkedar Early Christian Site

The Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, Ireland

Kilmalkedar Romanesque Church, Ogham Stone and Cross

Kilmalkedar Church, Ogham Stone and Cross

Kilmalkedar Romanesque Church

Kilmalkedar Romanesque doorway

Kilmalkedar Cross

Kilmalkedar Cross

Kilmalkedar Ogham Stone

Kilmalkedar Ogham Stone

Kilmalkedar Ogham Stone and Cross

Kilmalkedar Sundial

Kells Monastic Site Revisited

Kells Round Tower
Kells Round Tower

Kells High Cross and Round Tower
Kells High Cross and Round Tower

Kells High Cross
Kells High Cross

Kells Bell Tower
Kells Bell Tower

Kells Bell Tower entrance carvings
Kells Bell Tower entrance carvings

Lugnagappul Ogham Stones

Lugnagappul Ogham Stones

Legend has it that there was a battle at a place known as Pairc na Fola (Park of Blood). There at a low cairn called Cnoc na Fola (Hill of Blood) the slain were buried. At the edge of the cairn is a three stone row containing two ogham stones.

Lugnagappul Ogham Stones

Lugnagappul Ogham Stones, Cnoc na Fola (Hill of Blood), Co Kerry, Ireland