A typical Irish sign found in the village of
Ballyvaughn in County Clare, Ireland.
This sign no longer looks this way, as
they have added several modern signs
and ruined the simplicity of what the
irish sign is all about.
The Celtic Cross is a product of Irish Monasteries
and the most important ancient artifact to survive
from Ireland's Golden Age. Found in churchyards
and cemeteries from one coast to the other, the
cross was carved with various Old and New
Testament scenes, or intricate Celtic knotwork.
First carved more than 1100 years ago, the giant
high crosses, made of sandstone, are slowly fading
away. This cross is located in County Sligo, Ireland.
Like a scene out of Tir na n-Og, with the white horse
which spirited Niamh & Oisin across the sea to the
land of youth. The 40 shades of green can be
clearly seen with Powerscourt House in the
back ground. Located in the heart of the
Wicklow Mountains, Powerscourt was
gutted by fire in 1974. Located in
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Old Castle Hackett
in Co. Galway, Ireland. Built in the 13th 13th century, abandoned
in 1705. The ancient castle of the Kirwans lies beneath Knockmaa
Hill, believed to be