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Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin, Ireland

Guardian Angels - Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin (19th century)

By Anima Fotografie. An angel statue seen on an unseasonally sunny February afternoon in Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, Dublin City.

In Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin, Ireland

Historic Ireland - Glasnevin Cemetery Is a Hidden Gem And Well Worth a Visit

Glasnevin Cemetery - Dublin (Ireland)

Glasnevin Cemetery - Modern Celtic Cross: The cemetery also offers a view of the changing style of death monuments in Ireland over the last 200 years: from the austere, simple, high stone erections of the period up until the 1860s, to the elaborate Celtic crosses of the nationalistic revival from the 1860s to 1960s, to the plain Italian marble of the late twentieth century. Glasnevin Cemetery has grown from its original nine to over 120 acres.

The graveyard at Killanny, County Monaghan, Ireland

"Historic Ireland - Glasnevin Cemetery Is a Hidden Gem And Well Worth a Visit" Would love to go to Ireland! Thank u William Murphy for taking such beautiful photos, and allowing me to share them!

Beautiful cemetery angel in Ireland.

St. Kevin's Kitchen ~ Glendalough, Wicklow, Ireland ~ is a nave-and-chancel church of the 12th century. It is named after St. Kevin, or Coemhghein in Irish, meaning "fair begotten" a descendant of one of the ruling families in Leinster.