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Abadia Corcomroe - Burren - Irlanda
Ireland

The Corcomroe Abbey is a 13th century Cistercian Monastery situated in the Burren Region in Ireland. This abbey is known by you carved walls and rich ornamentation which is not found easily in another Irish abbeys from this time.

Inside the abbey's choir there is a thomb effigy of one Irish King: Conor na Siudane Ua Briain who was commitioned the abbey construction.

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Uploaded: 24/05/2012
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Tags: church; ruins; igreja; ruinas; abbey; friary; abadia; mosteiro; irlanda; ireland
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