Errigal Keerogue Cross

In the churchyard stands the incomplete form of a cross. Two yew trees have grown up among the ruins of the medieval church. Believed to have been founded by Franciscans in 1489, the church is on the site of an ancient monastery dedicated to St Kieran.

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