St Doulagh’s Church is located in Kinsealy, Dublin, and was previously home to a medieval monastic settlement. St Doulagh, who was a hermit, founded the religious centre in the 7th century. The present structure was built in 1864 and includes part of a church thought to be from the 12th century. Outside, visitors can see St Doulagh’s well, a detached baptistery, and St Catherine’s Pond, an open-air pool.
C/O Fingal Tourism, MainscourtMain Street, Swords
Malahide Road, Kinsealy
1 May - 30 Sep
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