Kilnasaggart Stone

Kilnasaggart Stone, standing in a hedged enclosure, is a tall granite pillar dating from about AD 700. It marks the site of an early-Christian cemetery. On its faces are several crosses and an inscription in Irish stating that the site was under the patronage of Peter the Apostle.

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Monaghan Row

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+44 28 3031 3037

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