St. Patrick's College in the Snow
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St. Patrick's College in the Snow

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It doesn't happen often, but when it does, it's beautiful: Snow on the St. Patricks College grounds in Maynooth.

  • Mariusz Kalinowski 9 months ago
    well done, I like it
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    A: St. Patrick's College's Grave Yard

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    Here's a shot taken right at the entrance to the grave yard of St. Patrick's College. Note the gloomy...

    St. Patrick's College's Grave Yard

    B: NUIM South Campus greens

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    NUIM South Campus greens

    C: St. Mary's Statue

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    The statue on the NUIM South Campus, as well as the back of the College Chapel, on a beautiful spring...

    St. Mary's Statue

    D: St. Mary Square

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    A nice place to rest for a while — St. Mary Square on the NUI Maynooth South Campus. Here shown in ra...

    St. Mary Square

    E: Final panorama from Tutorial Parts (3+5)

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    Final panorama from Tutorial Parts (3+5)

    F: Final panorama from Tutorial Part (4)

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    Final panorama from Tutorial Part (4)

    G: Corridor to the College Chapel

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    This is the corridor inside St. Patrick's College leading to the beautiful College Chapel.

    Corridor to the College Chapel

    H: Pugin Hall

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    The main dining hall of St. Patrick's College - Pugin Hall.

    Pugin Hall

    I: Entrance to St. Patrick's House

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    Here's a panorama from the entrance to St. Patrick's House of St. Patrick's College

    Entrance to St. Patrick's House

    J: Chapel, St. Patrick's College Maynooth

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    One of Maynooth's almost hidden gems is the College Chapel. Everytime I bring people here, they are a...

    Chapel, St. Patrick's College Maynooth

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    Text by Steve Smith.

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