Church Architecture from around Ireland...

Happy Valentine's Weekend everyone... Hope you are all having fun where ever you are. I haven't taken many photographs recently as the weather is still dull here in Ireland. The days are getting longer though so hopefully Spring will set in soon. I was looking through my photographs today and noticed that I take a lot of photos of churches. When I'm on holidays I always love exploring them and here in Ireland I do the same too. Many of them are closed to the public. I love how each one is different and the architecture is amazing all built by hand. Those that built these churches were true crafts people with so much skill and talent. Which is your favourite?

From left, Church at Kylemore Abbey, County Galway, top right, Arva Parish Church, County Cavan and bottom right, Church at Multyfarnham, County Westmeath.

From left, Church at Ardagh, County Longford, top right, Costello Memorial Chapel, Carrick on Shannon, County Leitrim (one of the smallest churches in Europe) and bottom right, Munninane Church, County Sligo.


  1. I really like your place! There are a lot of medieval-like buildings that still stands so strong until now. They are all beautiful! It feels like I'm thrown back to a life of knights and castles.

  2. Lovely photos! Hope Spring will arrive soon:)


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