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Manor Mills (back)
Ireland

The somewhat picturesque backside of the Manor Mills shopping centre. The mill wheel is a bit of an icon of Maynooth and shown on many photographs...

Copyright: Florian knorn
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Uploaded: 27/02/2010
Updated: 03/09/2014
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Tags: maynooth; kildare; ireland; manor; mills; manor mills; shopping centre; shopping
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