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Atardecer en el Lago - Sunset on the Lake
Atardecer en el Lago - Sunset on the Lake
  • Author: i.puebla Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 16:29:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°23'55"N - 9°4'59"W
  • Atardecer en el Lago - Sunset on the Lake
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Signs of the times (Explored)
Signs of the times (Explored)
  • Author: Julie (thanks for 9 million views) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-26 14:17:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°21'44"N - 9°4'9"W
  • The flat Co. Limerick countryside stretches out beyond the entrance to Mass Rock at Ashford. I'm an Atheist but the more I learn about Irish history (we were taught nothing of it in school) the more ashamed I am of my English ancestry. This extract from Wikipedia explains about Mass Rocks. There were also "Hedge schools" where children were taught in secret :- "Penal Laws were imposed by the ruling British on Irish Roman Catholics during the 1600’s and 1700’s, in a bid to force people to accept the reformed Christian faith. The laws were very restrictive and have had a long and lasting effect on the daily life of Irish Catholics. The laws included:- -Restrictions on how children of Catholics were educated -Banning Catholics from holding public office or serving in the army -Expelling Catholic clergy from the country, or executing them -Taking land and distributing it among British Lords -Dividing inherited land equally between children, to reduce land size held by individual Catholics -Excluding Catholics from voting -Ban on Catholics inheriting Protestant land Another restriction during Penal Times was a ban on the celebration of Catholic Mass. Catholic priests and worshipers had to find hidden areas in the Irish countryside to celebrate Mass. Many of these places were marked with “Mass Rocks”. The Mass Rock (Carraig an Aifrinn in Irish) was oftentimes a rock taken from a church ruin, and used as a place of worship for Roman Catholics."
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Glenquin Castle, Limerick
Glenquin Castle, Limerick
  • Author: Sean Hartwell Photography Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-01-16 12:33:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°23'2"N - 9°6'22"W
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White-washed walls, Glenquin Castle, Co. Limerick
White-washed walls, Glenquin Castle, Co. Limerick
  • Author: Julie (thanks for 9 million views) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 11:38:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°23'2"N - 9°6'25"W
  • I took this photo putting my hands & iPhone through one of the narrow "arrow slits" (as seen in the opposite wall) & hoping to goodness I didn't drop the phone in the process as the castle is locked & never likely to reopen sadly. There is very little written about the history of the castle but it is thought to have been built in 1462 by the O’Hallinan clan on the site of an earlier building dating back to 983AD also belonging to them. The castle was taken in battle many times. One of the major families to take it being the O’Brien’s, they were said to have killed all but one of the O’Hallinan’s during the battle. In turn it was taken from the O’Brien’s during the Desmond wars by the Geraldine’s also known as the Fitzgerald’s. They were recorded there until 1571 when the English confiscated their lands and the lands of over 100 of their supporters. It is recorded that parts of the castle were demolished by Sir Walter Raleigh and that in 1587 it was in the hands of the Hungerford’s. In 1591 the castle was handed over to Sir William Courtenay and in 1595 to Captain Collum. The castles record’s then stop until its restoration by the Earl of Devon in 1840.
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Stairway to ......
Stairway to ......
  • Author: Julie (thanks for 9 million views) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 16:38:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°21'44"N - 9°4'9"W
  • A mass rock overlooking the village of Ashford. Taken on my iPhone, very grey cloudy day so I played around with my new HDR app. This mass rock served the people of the area during the restriction of the penal laws. In the 1960s Muintir na Tire cleaned up the area and a shrine was erected at the mass rock. In 1979, to commemorate the Pope's visit, a cross was erected on the roadside, just above the entrance to the mass rock. The entrance to the mass rock is down a steep decline from the road. A plaque was erected to commemorate the memory of the "priests and people who at the risk of their lives offered Holy Mass here". A priest who had a price on his head, Fr Tadhg O'Sullivan was captured here in 1716. It is unclear whether he was killed or escaped. In the early 1840s, a man by the name of Johnny "Gabharainn Reo" was on his way home late one night when he saw a glow of light. He saw a lady with golden hair sitting on a rock with her back to him. She looked at Johnny with a piercing stare. In his panic, Johnny ran home fearing for his life from his encounter with the "White Lady of the Rock". There was also a Mass Path in the area called Cobbs Road that was used in the past for people to walk to mass. It is now part of the walk that winds through the Mullaghareirk Mountains, which travels from Glenquin to Broadford. Across the road from the mass Rock there is a monument, which bears the inscription 'In commemoration of the visit of Pope John Paul II, September 29th to October 1st 1979'.
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Mass Rock, Ashford, Co Limerick
Mass Rock, Ashford, Co Limerick
  • Author: Julie (thanks for 9 million views) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 12:21:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°21'44"N - 9°4'7"W
  • A spectacular view of the surrounding countryside can be seen from the Mass Rock, and to the north, the Shannon is visible. The entrance to the mass rock is down a steep decline from the road. A plaque was erected to commemorate the memory of the "priests and people who at the risk of their lives offered Holy Mass here". A priest who had a price on his head, Fr Tadhg O'Sullivan was captured here in 1716. It is unclear whether he was killed or escaped. There was also a Mass Path in the area called Cobbs Road that was used in the past for people to walk to mass. It is now part of the walk that winds through the Mullaghareirk Mountains, which travels from Glenquin to Broadford. Across the road from the mass Rock there is a monument, which bears the inscription 'In commemoration of the visit of Pope John Paul II, September 29th to October 1st 1979'.
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Glenquin Castle, Co Limerick
Glenquin Castle, Co Limerick
  • Author: Julie (thanks for 9 million views) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 11:48:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°23'1"N - 9°6'24"W
  • Grey cloudy day apologies for the poor light, taken on my iPhone. The Irish name of Glenquin means Glen of Shelter, there is very little written about the history of the castle but it is thought to have been built in 1462 by the O’Hallinan clan on the site of an earlier building dating back to 983AD also belonging to them. The castle was taken in battle many times. One of the major families to take it being the O’Brien’s, they were said to have killed all but one of the O’Hallinan’s during the battle. In turn it was taken from the O’Brien’s during the Desmond wars by the Geraldine’s also known as the Fitzgerald’s. They were recorded there until 1571 when the English confiscated their lands and the lands of over 100 of their supporters. It is recorded that parts of the castle were demolished by Sir Walter Raleigh and that in 1587 it was in the hands of the Hungerford’s. In 1591 the castle was handed over to Sir William Courtenay and in 1595 to Captain Collum. The castles record’s then stop until its restoration by the Earl of Devon in 1840.
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DSCF9186
DSCF9186
  • Author: WLEAN Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2008-06-23 01:39:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°23'49"N - 9°6'27"W
  • Bohemian Knotweed, Strand. Photographed by Robert Moss, 14th August 2012.
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Sun, Jan 23rd, 2011 Found Male Dog - The Local Area, Ashford, Limerick
Sun, Jan 23rd, 2011 Found Male Dog - The Local Area, Ashford, Limerick
  • Author: Lost and Found Pets Ireland Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2011-01-23 21:34:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°21'56"N - 9°3'52"W
  • Found on Sun Jan 23rd, a male dog, under 2 years old. He is not neutered www.lostandfoundpets.ie/tztr4a
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Glenquin castle
Glenquin castle
  • Author: EirePreneur Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2005-04-29 18:18:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 52°23'1"N - 9°6'24"W
  • A few miles outside Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick. geotagged
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