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View of St Finbarr's Monastery.

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€28.00

Views - Gougane Barra and St Finbarr's Monastery, Co. Cork .06/1954..Gougane Barra is a settlement, west of Macroom in County Cork, Ireland..The name Gougane Barra comes from Saint Finbarr, who is said to have built a monastery on an island in the lake nearby during the 6th century. The present ruins date from around 1700 when a priest called Denis O'Mahony retreated to the island. During the times of the Penal Laws, Gougane Barra's remoteness meant that it became a popular place for the celebration of the Roman Catholic Mass..Afforestation of the area around the settlement began in 1938 and Gougane Barra is now home to a 1.42 square kilometre forest park which is home to a number of mammal and bird species.


8" x 6" black and white Matte print


All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

€28.00
 

All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

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