Glendalough 5th April 2017

On the 5th April 2017 Goirtin Photography club went on a trip to Glendalough. It was a bright clear day and we left at 9 am in the morning to make the most of the day. It took just over an hour to get there.
Glendalough monastery was founded in the 6th century by St. Kevin. The 30 m round tower still stands in good shape after all this time. The name “Glendalough” comes from the Irish words meaning “Valley of 2 lakes”. The lakes and monastery looked very beautiful on the day and we would highly recommend a trip there. There was a lot of tourists there from Spain, Germany and Holland. Everybody in the group had a camera and we got lots of pictures on the day. Have a look at our other photos on our Photography page. click the link.

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