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Corcomroe Abbey & Tomb of King Conor na Siudane Ua Briain


The Burren, County Clare, Ireland

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The Burren, County Clare, Ireland

Corcomroe is an early 13th-century Cistercian monastery located in the north of the The Burren region of County Clare, Ireland, Construction on the abbey most likely began sometime between 1205 and 1210 using local limestone. Legend maintains that the building was commissioned by King Conor na Siudane Ua Briain, who died in 1267 and whose tomb can be seen here on the right of the image (Stone man laying down)

It was once known as “St. Mary of the Fertile Rock” a reference to the Burren’s fertile soil. The abbey is noted for its detailed carvings and other rich ornamentation, which are not commonly found in structures from this period

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