Pathway to Gallarus

If you visit the Dingle Peninsula you must visit the Gallarus Oratory. It’s an early Christian church, possibly built in the 6th century. There is a visitor centre but don’t be fooled into paying the entrance fee. The building is a national monument and the public have a right to see it. Your entrance fee does pay for a crummy video in a dark and musty room but to be honest it’s not worth it! Continue up the road and you’ll find a path leading directly to the church.
Your taxes pay for the upkeep of the building so why pay another charge to see it?

4 Comments

  1. Josef Renklint Reply

    Nice! I love the colors and the winding path.

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  2. evane Reply

    hi!
    cheers for the flickr import comments plugin…I couldn’t comment on that page so i’ll have to do it here ^_^;;

    BTW that’s a really nice photo! The sky is moody; contrasts well with the vibrant green of the grass. The overall feel I get from the photo is loneliness. Cheers!

    http://evanelam.photo-log.com

  3. Evi Reply

    What a great antithesis here! Moody sky, light greens! Nice scenery!

    Please, feel free to visit and comment my husband’s photo site! You are very welcomed :-)

    Greetings from Greece

    http://www.nikoslaskaridis.com

  4. joe Reply

    nice

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