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two horses are standing in front of an old stone building on the side of a road
Windmill at Enagh, Virginia, Co. Cavan. Appears to have lost some structure at the top.
an old cemetery with tombstones and crosses in the grass next to a body of water
Christian Heritage at Drumlane Abbey, Milltown, County Cavan.
an old black and white photo of people walking down the street in front of buildings
Main Street, Belturbet, Co. Cavan, late 19th century
Main Street, Belturbet, Co. Cavan, late 19th century
an old black and white photo of two men sitting in front of a fire place
Not quite the romanticized peasant cottage modern people think of. Crushing poverty, cold, etc.
an island in the middle of a lake surrounded by green fields and trees with text that reads cavan app
Ireland – Travel
Cloughoughter Castle Co Cavan Ireland
an empty country road surrounded by lush green fields
Aghakinnigh, Co.Cavan, Ireland
an old stone church surrounded by trees and tombstones
Mullagh Church, Co. Cavan, Ireland.
some large rocks in the middle of a grassy field
Shantemon or 'Fionn mac Cumhaill's Fingers', Co Cavan This hilltop alignment is situated on a natural shelf with long views east. None of the stones are over 6ft high but they are all quite bulky. The site is reached via a steep and tricky path up the hillside from the road, where the alignment is signposted as 'Finn McCools Fingers'.
an old cemetery in the middle of a country road with stone walls and towers on either side
Drumlane - Wikipedia
Drumlane Abby in County Cavan
an old stone building with broken windows in the middle of trees and bushes around it
The old family mill in Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland
an old castle sitting on top of a small island in the middle of a lake
Dublin City Centre Hotel near Grafton Street
Clough Oughter Castle, Cavan, Ireland #travel #Ireland
an old church with a cemetery in the foreground and trees on the other side
Teampall Cheallaigh, Church of Ireland Churchyard Cemetery - County Cavan, Ireland
Mullagh, County Cavan, Ireland
an old building with ivy growing on it's side in the middle of a field
Cavan Museum
Bawnboy Workhouse: In 1853, just after the Great Famine, a workhouse was opened in Bawnboy. The Irish dreaded these places as they were seen as harsh, strict and unfriendly places, filled with the sick and the starving. Although the workhouse shut in 1921, the chapel there was still used by locals until 1979.