Tuesday, August 23, 2016

The Rock of Cashel, County Tipperary

A 19th century depiction of the Rock of Cashel

An angel from the hall of the Vicar's Choral. The building was restored in 1975. Medieval buildings were usually whitewashed on the inside. Ox blood was used in the mortar and when the outside was covered with whitewash it gave the building a pink appearance. 

The seal of the Vicar's choral, a small choir who lived and worked at Cashel

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