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The Clare Abbey, Clare county, Ireland
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The Clare Abbey is placed on the county of Clare, Munster, Ireland. Next to Ennis village and only one mile far from Clare Castle, it keeps standing on interesting ruins with its origin in the far ago year 1194.

On the image Tony and his funny dog, thanks so much for your kindly explanations.

Copyright: Guillem Alemany
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Uploaded: 25/12/2012
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Tags: clare; abbey; ireland; eire; ennis; clarecastle; church; ruins
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