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Saint Mary's Cathedral Inside - Killarney Ireland
Ireland

The Saint Mary's Cathedral is a Gothic Revival church in Killarney, Ireland, built between 1842 and 1855 and it is considered the most important and beautiful  Neo Gothic church in Ireland.

Copyright: Rubens Cardia
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Uploaded: 26/05/2012
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Tags: church; igreja; cathedral; catedral; neogotica; neogothic; gotica; gothic; irlanda; ireland
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