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Foxford Woolen Mill in Foxford, Ireland, founded by a nun to bring the area out of poverty during the Great Famine, still manufacturing high-quality products.

Foxford Woolen Mill in Foxford, Ireland, founded by a nun to bring the area out of poverty during the Great Famine, still manufacturing high-quality products.

A barge trip in the Burgundy region of France. My friend,Mimi, and I spent 8 days of enjoying amazing views,wine,winery tours.

A barge trip in the Burgundy region of France. My friend,Mimi, and I spent 8 days of enjoying amazing views,wine,winery tours.

The Round Tower, Devenish, Co Fermanagh Devenish Monastic Site is considered to be the most important of Lough Erne's many island church settlements. Devenish was founded in the 6th century by St Molaise.It was raided by Vikings in 837 and burned in 1157. This is one of the finest towers in Ireland and they were thought to have been used to store valuable relics as well as a belfry.The entrances were always at first floor level to enable the monks to raise the ladder in times of attack.

The Round Tower, Devenish, Co Fermanagh Devenish Monastic Site is considered to be the most important of Lough Erne's many island church settlements. Devenish was founded in the 6th century by St Molaise.It was raided by Vikings in 837 and burned in 1157. This is one of the finest towers in Ireland and they were thought to have been used to store valuable relics as well as a belfry.The entrances were always at first floor level to enable the monks to raise the ladder in times of attack.

St. Ruadhán (died 584 AD) mac Fergusa Birn (also kown as Rowan/Ruan and Rodan).  Irish Christian abbot who founded the monastery of Lorrha (Lothra, County Tipperary, Ireland), near Terryglass. He was known for his prophesies. After his death, he was venerated as a saint and as one of the "Twelve Apostles of Ireland" who studied at Clonard under the preceptorship of Finnian.

St. Ruadhán (died 584 AD) mac Fergusa Birn (also kown as Rowan/Ruan and Rodan). Irish Christian abbot who founded the monastery of Lorrha (Lothra, County Tipperary, Ireland), near Terryglass. He was known for his prophesies. After his death, he was venerated as a saint and as one of the "Twelve Apostles of Ireland" who studied at Clonard under the preceptorship of Finnian.

Celtic Monasticism. One of the outstanding features of Celtic Christianity was the monastic movement. Thousands of people learned about the earliest monks from the deserts of Egypt and Palestine, and copied their way of life. Tiny hermitages were built on cliffs, and rocky outcrops became monastic sites.

Celtic Monasticism. One of the outstanding features of Celtic Christianity was the monastic movement. Thousands of people learned about the earliest monks from the deserts of Egypt and Palestine, and copied their way of life. Tiny hermitages were built on cliffs, and rocky outcrops became monastic sites.

father ohagain and his congregation were killed here ,when mass was forbidden in Ireland,this mass rock is in Rostrevor,co Down

father ohagain and his congregation were killed here ,when mass was forbidden in Ireland,this mass rock is in Rostrevor,co Down

The Tara Brooch is a Celtic brooch of about 700 AD generally considered to be the most impressive of over 50 elaborate Irish brooches to have been discovered. It was found in 1850 and rapidly recognised as one of the most important works of early Christian Irish Insular art; Plenty of knotworked symbolisms it is now displayed in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin. ♣ ॐ}*{ॐ

The Tara Brooch is a Celtic brooch of about 700 AD generally considered to be the most impressive of over 50 elaborate Irish brooches to have been discovered. It was found in 1850 and rapidly recognised as one of the most important works of early Christian Irish Insular art; Plenty of knotworked symbolisms it is now displayed in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin. ♣ ॐ}*{ॐ

Dingle is a pretty town, situated on a peninsula, 70km north of Killarney, Ireland. National Geographic once described the area as ‘the most beautiful place on Earth’. With its breathtaking scenery, lively traditional pubs and colorful art the town is popular with both Irish and international visitors

Dingle is a pretty town, situated on a peninsula, 70km north of Killarney, Ireland. National Geographic once described the area as ‘the most beautiful place on Earth’. With its breathtaking scenery, lively traditional pubs and colorful art the town is popular with both Irish and international visitors

Put this in the tale, too - The ancient laws of Ireland were used until the 17th century when they were outlawed and disappeared. The laws were surprisingly modern in their approach to timeless issues and reflect a complex and sophisticated society. This book gives an outline of the main features of the laws and their history, and ultimately focuses on certain themes that are significant to the modern reader, such as equity and fairness, transparent legal process and women's rights.

Put this in the tale, too - The ancient laws of Ireland were used until the 17th century when they were outlawed and disappeared. The laws were surprisingly modern in their approach to timeless issues and reflect a complex and sophisticated society. This book gives an outline of the main features of the laws and their history, and ultimately focuses on certain themes that are significant to the modern reader, such as equity and fairness, transparent legal process and women's rights.

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