Celtic Cross (Graveyard of the Parish Church of St Materiana, Tintagel, Cornwall UK), by Zanthia, via Flickr

Celtic Cross (Graveyard of the Parish Church of St Materiana, Tintagel, Cornwall UK), by Zanthia

Ancient Celtic crosses, Clonmacnoise cemetery, County Offaly, Ireland

Ancient Celtic crosses, Clonmacnoise cemetery, County Offaly, Ireland Version Voyages, www.

Celtic Cross, Scotland

Celtic Cross, Scotland After her mother dies and the money runs out, Feya wonders if God exists.

Celtic Cross in Ireland =)

Celtic Cross in Ireland. The cross of Christ is superimposed over the pagan sun image to represent the victory of the new faith overcoming the old. Celtic Cross in Ireland.

Clonmacnois Cross -   The famous 9th century Celtic cross of King Flann, High King of Ireland, depicts St. Columba between two angels, the Last Judgement, Christ with Peter and Paul and the founding of the monastery with St. Ciaran and King Dermot.

Clonmacnois Cross - The famous century Celtic cross of King Flann, High King of Ireland, depicts St. Columba between two angels, the Last Judgement, Christ with Peter and Paul and the founding of the monastery with St. Ciaran and King collections

The ancient Irish cross from Carndonagh, Cty. Donegal, shows Christ in Majesty and pilgrims beneath interlace woven as the Tree of Life.  The knotwork was traditionally a protection device and is similar to the St. Brigid's crosses woven out of rushes.  Patrick is one of the patron saints of Ireland.  A native Briton, he was captured and served as a slave in the western part of Ireland.  After his escape from slavery, he returned to his native Britain, returning to Ireland after being told…

The ancient Irish cross from Carndonagh, Cty. Donegal, shows Christ in Majesty and pilgrims beneath interlace woven as the Tree of Life. The knotwork was traditionally a protection device and is similar to the St. Brigid's crosses woven out of rushes.

Glasnevin Cemetery - Modern Celtic Cross: The cemetery also offers a view of the changing style of death monuments in Ireland over the last 200 years: from the austere, simple, high stone erections of the period up until the 1860s, to the elaborate Celtic crosses of the nationalistic revival from the 1860s to 1960s, to the plain Italian marble of the late twentieth century. Glasnevin Cemetery has grown from its original nine to over 120 acres.

Glasnevin Cemetery – Modern Celtic Cross Image by infomatique The cemetery also offers a view of the changing style of death monuments in Ireland over the last 200 years: from the austere, si…

Celtic Cross, Clonmacnoise Cemetery, County Offaly, Ireland. By Jim Zuckerman.

Ruins of a stone church, Clonmacnoise cemetery, County Offaly, Ireland - Jim Zuckerman

Celtic Cross - Ireland is another place I have always wanted to either visit or live. Looks so peaceful.

Celtic Cross - Ireland is another place I have always wanted to either visit or live. Looks so peaceful.

St Anne's Cathedral, also known as Belfast Cathedral

Belfast City, Belfast Northern Ireland, Ireland Uk, St Anne, Catholic Churches, Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, European Trips, European Travel

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