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Kilmacreehy Church and Graveyard - Ireland
Ireland

Kilmacreehy or Saint MacCreiche Church is probably the older church ruins in Count Clare, Ireland. Founded in the 16th century alonside the shore near Liscannor city.

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Tags: church; igreja; ruins; ruinas; cemitério; graveyard; cemetery; lapide; grave; praia; beach
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