Churches in Ireland

Here are some photos of the churches we visited during our  trips to Ireland in 2002 and 2009.

Donaghadee, County Down

Donegal, County Donegal

Donegal, County Donegal

St Patrick's Cathedral (C of I), Downpatrick, County Down

St Patrick's burial marker, Downpatrick, County Down

Cloonloo, County Sligo

Cloonloo, County Sligo

Cloonloo, County Sligo

Boyle, County Roscommon

Holycross, County Tipperary

Holycross, County Tipperary

Anacarty, County Tipperary

Anacarty, County Tipperary

Anacarty, county Tipperary

Tipperary, County Tipperary

Tipperary, County Tipperary

Boherbue, County Cork

Sneem, County Kerry

Mallow, County Cork

Sutton, County Dublin

Holywood, County Down

Holywood, County Down

Holywood, County Down

Holywood, County Down

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2 Responses to Churches in Ireland

  1. sartenada says:

    Thank You for presenting these. I love churches and take photos from them inside / outside. Especially I like the last photo.

    BTW, these photos differ from those we have in Finland. Most beautiful are wood churches in my country. This set of photos was a great joy to me to admire. Thank You once more.

    • I’m glad you liked the photos. Most of them were taken during our five-week tour of Ireland in 2002. The last four photos are of St. Colmcille Roman Catholic Church in Holywood, County Down and were taken last year. The original church was built in 1874 but burned down in 1989. It was rebuilt in 1995 right next to the restored bell tower which was completed in 1891.

      I just looked at your website and enjoyed the photos of Lake Vanajavesi. We traveled on a Fall cruise to New England and eastern Canada a few years ago and your photos reminded me of some of the places we saw in Quebec, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia.

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