Tomoleague Friary

| June 29, 2008 | 0 Comments

As we drove along the south coast of Ireland, we came across an old ruin of a 13th Century monastery, Timoleague Friary. It is now reduced to its exterior and interior walls. But it was clearly quite the structure in its day, overlooking the sea and countryside.

Bridget explored a number of “nooks and crannies,” even climbing through some very narrow passage ways. She found what appeared to be a dungeon, but was probably just one of the monks’ cells. You can see her through the bars.

The grounds are now covered with grave stones, both inside the structure and out. Some are as recent as the 1990’s. The propery is now, in effect, a cemetary.

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