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St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Trim
Ireland

The foundation for St. Patrick’s was laid in 1891 and the church was dedicated in 1902. This gothic style church has some beautiful mosaics and windows. One window illustrates the beautiful “Our Lady of Trim” statue, and another shows St. Patrick preaching on the Hill of Tara.

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Uploaded: 06/09/2010
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Tags: ireland; cathedral; trim; catholic church; st. patrick
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