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Clonmacnoise, Ireland. West view
Ireland

Another west view of this outstanding emplacement of Clonmacnoise where was buried Rory O'Connor the last great king of Ireland. 

You can find Clonmacnoise easily coming from the exit to Ballinasloe on the highway Dublin-Galway. 

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送信日: 31/12/2012
更新日: 07/04/2014
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