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Ahamlish Graveyard - Ireland
Ireland

The Ahamlish Church and Graveyard are located near Grange city, County Sligo in the Republic of Ireland and was abandoned but still receiving tourist and visitors to see this beautiful place.

Copyright: Rubens Cardia
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Uploaded: 17/05/2012
Updated: 26/08/2014
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Tags: ruína; ruins; igreja; church; cemitério; cemetery; graveyard; ireland; irlanda
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