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St. Mary's Cathedral, Killarney
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Admire the combination of architectural influences at St. Mary's Cathedral. This Gothic cathedral is partly designed after Ireland's medieval churches. The brown-and-gray stonework and three stained-glass lancet windows represent traditional Irish features added by local architects. Visit the church between services to inspect the fine work inside. Consider observing a service to fully appreciate the somber beauty of the chapel. Add St. Mary's Cathedral to your Killarney travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Killarney trip itinerary maker.
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St. Mary's Cathedral is another one of Ireland's beautiful churches. It's a huge Gothic cathedral with beautiful architecture and gorgeous stained glass windows. It's worth a visit if you're in or nea... read more »
We attended mass here on a weekday evening. Absolutely beautiful church. Great stained glass windows. For you Catholics, notice that Jesus on the Cross in Ireland looks different than in any other par... read more »
Like most iris churches they all have an individuality and this doesnt let you down, found it very spritual. Go visit
Make sure you stop here! Very pretty. Some altar pieces are contemporary, an interesting blend with the older stuff. Very majestic cathedral.
Amazing, monumental place. Must see if you are around.
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