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Ireland Saint Patrick's Day
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The Rock of Cashel located in County Tipperary is one of the most visited sites in Ireland & is one of Ireland’s most spectacular archeological sites. The word ‘cashel’ is an anglicized version of the Irish word caiseal, meaning ‘fortress.’ The Rock of Cashel rises as giant, circular mound 200 feet above the surrounding plains and meadows. A cluster of ruins are nestled on its crown. The largest structure is the remains of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Medieval Castle, Cashel, #Ireland #travel The Rock of Cashel was the traditional seat of the kings of Munster for several hundred years prior to the Norman invasion. In 1101, the King of Munster, Muirchertach Ua Briain, donated his fortress on the Rock to the Church.
My dream place!!! Medieval Castle, Cashel, Ireland
Bucket List: Visit castle in Ireland; The Rock of Cashel, Ireland- BREATHTAKING. Where St.Pat converted the people of Ireland to Catholicism <3
The Rock of Cashel
Rock of Cashel, Ireland. I love this place! The Rock of Cashel sits on a hill over looking the village, it is so magnificent!
Rock of Cashel, Ireland - photo by Michael Sullivan - been here, too...somehow my picture isn't this cool... i love st. patrick's day and Ireland!
Rock of Cashel , Ireland great picture from down the hill. We didn't get to go down there when we were there.
Rock of Cashel, Co Tipperary, Ireland-one of my most favorite places in the world
The Rock of Cashel - Co. Tipperary, Ireland
The Rock of Cashel, Ireland- BREATHTAKING. Where St.Pat converted the people of Ireland to Catholicism ♥
I would love to visit Ireland someday. -i don't think enough irish people really travel around ireland i know people who've been around europe but haven't really left dublin.
Rock of Cashel by Trent Strohm - Cashel, Tipperary, Ireland.
Galway ireland.. Pretty sure we drove around looking for this very spot for 2 hours and never found it- would up in a pub eating fish n chips instead!
Ok, maybe I've watched "P.S. I Love You" and "Leap Year" one too many times, but I want to see Ireland