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Irish Saints in Stained Glass

We visited in May of 2015 and I always meant to file a review . This church has an absolutely... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2018
Patricia M
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Ormstown, Canada
Lovely church

Friendly people a very pleasant church a lovely service. We had a taxi because it is a steep walk... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2017
mbrannan49
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Dublin, Ireland
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11 Mar 2018
“Irish Saints in Stained Glass”
2 Oct 2017
“Lovely church”
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Saint Finbarr's Church Chapel Street, Bantry, Ireland
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Wonderful stain glass windows. Beautiful inside. There is burial grounds right next to the Church. Excellent views of Bantry.

Thank joelrichar
Reviewed 11 March 2018

We visited in May of 2015 and I always meant to file a review . This church has an absolutely amazing display of beautiful stained glass windows featuring various Irish saints. We attended mass here and it was a lovely experience. Such a peaceful place...More

3  Thank Patricia M
Reviewed 2 October 2017

Friendly people a very pleasant church a lovely service. We had a taxi because it is a steep walk up to the church we then strolled back down after mass

1  Thank mbrannan49
Reviewed 7 June 2017

My main reason for visiting is the church office situated at the rear of the church. Here the church records of christenings weddings and funerals are available for inspection for family history research. Unfortunately like many Irish records there are gaps which makes getting back...More

Thank H4772NMrogerh
Reviewed 19 March 2017

A large Catholic church mostly from the nineteenth century, still in regular use and open every day. Built in 1825, replacing an earlier thatched-roof church. The site was given free of charge by the Earl of Bantry. The architect was the Rev. Michael Augustine Riordan...More

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