I really enjoyed getting to see this awesome early Irish site.To see this building and it's impressive dry stone construction is really cool. You can really imagine what it would have been like to live in this isolated and beautiful location protected from the elements by it's sturdy walls. To think that it still stands and in such good shape 1300 years after its construction is all the more incredible!
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