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SabrinaSummerville Says: "This Market Cross has been erected by the citizens of Cashel and a few other friends to perpetuate the silver episcopal jubilee of his Grace the Most Reverand Thomas W Crowe DD Archbishop of Cashel and Emly. July 1895". This is the legend engraved on the pedestal of this...
Just pop in to this little store. They really have some lovely items in there and you do not always have to buy things when visiting shops, sometimes it is good to just look and see what is available in other countries and villages.
Written Oct 30, 2010
We left Innishannon and started to drive back to Dublin in the pouring rain. On the way we stopped at the Rock of Cashel (monastery built in 1101). It is a ruin and they don't intend to restore any of it. After seeing things like York Minister (Norman church - circa 900 AD), we weren't impressed. Probably the rain didn't help. Anyway, since we didn't stay there long,
Written Jul 28, 2007
The Hore Abbey is at the base of the Rock of Cashel. You have to walk through a cow pasture to get to the ruins while being 'eyed' by a few bulls and many cows. The abbbey is impresive when you take the time to look at the detail of the rock carving and the construction. There is a small graveyard there and great views of the Rock from the abbey.
Written Apr 17, 2007