Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral In Cork Ireland

Yukondick

Whitehorse, Canada

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Started in 1863 and finished in 1881. Saint Finbarr or Finnbarr, [in Irish Fionnbarra], (c. 550–25 September 623) was Bishop of Cork and abbot of a monastery in what is now the city of Cork, Ireland. He is patron saint of that city and of the Diocese of Cork. His church and monastery were on a limestone cliff above the River Lee. It continued to be the site of the cathedral of his diocese. The present building on the site, owned by the Church of Ireland, is called Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral. 1/60 f16 ISO100 Fuji S5Pro Nikon 17-55 @ 40mm

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