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Kells Priory

Published over 1 year ago by Randy Myers

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Kells was the medieval capital of Kilkenny.  This Augustinian Priory was founded in 1193 by Geoffrey FitzRobert, brother-in-law to Strongbow.  Th<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/kells-priory-ireland">...(more)</a>

Glendalough Monastic Settlement

Published over 1 year ago by Randy Myers

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Glendalough (the valley of the two lakes) is the site of an early monastic settlement founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century.  These <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/glendalough-monastic-settlement">...(more)</a>

Woolsthorpe Manor - Birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton

Published over 2 years ago by Randy Myers

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Woolsthorpe Manor is the birthplace and family home of Sir Isaac Newton.  His work on the theory of universal gravitation was inspired by the apple <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/woolsthorpe-manor">...(more)</a>

By Hook or by Crook

Published over 2 years ago by Randy Myers

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Hook Head Lighthouse is the oldest operating lighthouse in Ireland, and one of the oldest in the world.  The present structure has stood for nearl<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/by-hook-or-by-crook">...(more)</a>

Duncannon Ireland

Published over 2 years ago by Randy Myers

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A storm front approaches the village of Duncannon in County Wexford, Ireland.  This was a pleasant little holiday town that we found to be a perfect<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/duncannon-ireland">...(more)</a>

Peterborough Cathedral - Nave

Published over 2 years ago by Randy Myers

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The hand-carved wooden choir stalls on Peterborough Cathedral lead the way to the spectacular central tower.  The figures carved in the stalls depict historical characters from the founders of the Abbey.

Peterborough Cathedral - West Front

Published over 2 years ago by Randy Myers

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The west front of Peterborough Cathedral.  Completed in the early 13th century, its grandeur and beauty are just as striking today.  Definitely worth visiting if you get the chance.

Castell Carreg Cennen - Inner Ward

Published about 3 years ago by Randy Myers

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The late 13th-century ruins of Carreg Cennen Castle are perched on a great limestone crag, some 300 feet above the river Cennen. The <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/castell-carreg-cennen-inner-ward">...(more)</a>

Castell Carreg Cennen

Published about 3 years ago by Randy Myers

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The late 13th-century ruins of Carreg Cennen Castle are perched on a great limestone crag, some 300 feet above the river Cennen.  The view<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/castell-carreg-cennen-wales">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - South Bedroom

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daugh<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-south-bedroom">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Yard SE

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter ac<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-yard-se">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Yard SW

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter ac<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-yard-sw">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Master Bedroom

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daug<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-master-bedroom">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Pantry

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter acc<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-pantry">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Yard N

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter acc<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-yard-n">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Yard NE

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter ac<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-yard-ne">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Front Porch

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughte<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-front-porch">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Stairwell

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-stairwell">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Cellar

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter acc<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-cellar">...(more)</a>

Villisca Ax Murder House - Attic 1

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Myers

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On June 9th, 1912, Josiah B. Moore, his wife Sarah, and their four children attended church services.  After church, two friends of their daughter ac<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/villisca-attic-1">...(more)</a>