The Gallarus Oratory (Irish: Séipéilín Ghallarais, literally "The Church of the Place of the Foreigners") is believed to be an early Christian church located on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland. Though the building is believed to have been built between the 6th century and 9th century, some believe it could have been built as late as the 12th century

The Gallarus Oratory (Irish: Séipéilín Ghallarais, literally "The Church of the Place of the Foreigners") is believed to be an early Christian church located on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland. Though the building is believed to have been built between the 6th century and 9th century, some believe it could have been built as late as the 12th century

Beehive Huts 2000 BC, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

Beehive Huts 2000 BC, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

San Giulio, Italy

San Giulio, Italy

dingle, ireland  This little town has the best "pubs" in Ireland...  I spent 2 days here and loved it

dingle, ireland This little town has the best "pubs" in Ireland... I spent 2 days here and loved it

Jerash

Jerash

Au pays magique des lutins et des légendes ! #Irlande #Irish #eire #irlande ★ LIEN ARTICLES ★→ http://www.bien-voyager.com/tag/irlande/

Au pays magique des lutins et des légendes ! #Irlande #Irish #eire #irlande ★ LIEN ARTICLES ★→ http://www.bien-voyager.com/tag/irlande/

Abandoned, County Kerry, Ireland

Abandoned, County Kerry, Ireland

Gardens at Muckross House in Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland

Gardens at Muckross House in Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland

Skellig Michael - an island off the coast of Ireland, complete with monastic ruins and Puffins!  I think you can only get there by fishing boat.  A definite on the bucket list!

Skellig Michael - an island off the coast of Ireland, complete with monastic ruins and Puffins! I think you can only get there by fishing boat. A definite on the bucket list!

Old Glencullen Church Co Dublin - or St Patrick's Chapel as it is known was constructed around 1824. The Church remained in use until 1909 when Archbishop Walsh unveiled the new St Patrick's Church, a much larger structure built of granite about 50 metres up the road.. The population of the area had grown considerably since the original Church construction and so the old church fell into disuse and eventually ruin.

Old Glencullen Church Co Dublin - or St Patrick's Chapel as it is known was constructed around 1824. The Church remained in use until 1909 when Archbishop Walsh unveiled the new St Patrick's Church, a much larger structure built of granite about 50 metres up the road.. The population of the area had grown considerably since the original Church construction and so the old church fell into disuse and eventually ruin.

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