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St. Patrick's College's Grave Yard
Nui Maynooth

Here's a shot taken right at the entrance to the grave yard of St. Patrick's College.

Note the gloomy walkway leading up to it, and the writings on the walls of the entrance portal...

Copyright: Florian knorn
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Caricate: 12/04/2010
Aggiornato: 03/09/2014
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