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  • Jeffrey Cohen

    The ruins of 5th Century St. Patrick's Well, off the main Cahir Clonmel road, near Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. The remains of the altar tomb of Nicholas White of Clonmel are in the 17th century church. At the centre of the small lake is a weathered Celtic Cross which dates from early Christian times in Ireland.

  • Tina Heller-Sommers

    Old celtic cross (5th century) with ruined chapel in background at St Patrick's Well in Ireland. Stock Photo - 544319

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