We parked just beside a tree in the grounds of St. Brigid's Church. This photo was taken under it of just the end of the Church on the left and on the right a house (priests house maybe?) and the green in the center.
St. Brigid's Roman Catholic Church
Out the back of the church there is a lovely walkway through trees.
The ruins of St Mel's Cathedral which was founded by St. Patrick and St. Mel was the first Bishop. Read more about it here. It has some great history.
A grave in the graveyard beside the ruins of St Mel's. The flowers look like Forget-Me-Nots but I think they're too dark in colour? I don't know much about the flower so let me know if you have any idea what it is. It looked lovely all along the grave.
St Patrick's Church of Ireland was built in 1810. The entrance to the churchyard is marked by a Lych Gate where the coffins of the dead were traditionally met by a clergyman. The lych gate is a very unique feature of this building and is amongst one of the few surviving in Ireland. Got that info from here.
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