Monday, November 25, 2019

The Rock of Cashel in Ireland

By Seif Kamel
   The Rock of Cashel, or the Rock of St. Patrick is one of the most
distinctive monuments to explore during a tour to Ireland. Situated
in the County Tipperary, these impressive structures served as the
residence of the High Kings of Munster.
   Most of the building at the Rock of Cashel was constructed during
the 12 th and 13 th centuries. The most ancient among these is the
round tower that dates to the beginning of the 12 th century. There is
also the impressive Chapel of Cormac which was completed in
1134 with modernistic outlines and elements.
   Among the most remarkable place to explore in the Rock of Cashel
is the Cathedral built around the middle of the 12 th century. With
its large central tower and the huge castle, it is among the most
iconic establishments that grab the attention of various tourists
who travel to Ireland.

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