Sunday, June 25, 2017

Top to Bottom

 


Thanks for sharing my visit to the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas of Myra.




It's so very rare that we in the States get to see buildings that have stood for so long. 




Beginning tomorrow, I'll return briefly to the streets of Galway before heading out onto one of Ireland's most beautiful rivers.


16 comments:

  1. Yes, Europe has a long time history, there is so much to see.

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  2. Beautiful roof top and the chairs look special.

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  3. Those chairs are real handicraft.

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  4. It's the same here RR, we're a relatively young country, I think that's why I love seeing old architecture so much. Really good details here.

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  5. Thank you for giving us this tour!

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  6. Magnificent coffered ceiling and ashlar of the temple

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  7. That is a lovely ceiling. A beautiful church indeed.

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  8. That is a lovely ceiling. A beautiful church indeed.

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  9. Beautiful. I love those chairs, they look well made. Thank you for this wonderful tour.

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  10. From 'top to bottom' all fabulous photographs.
    I enjoyed this series of posts.

    All the best Jan

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  11. That whole church is a work of art.

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  12. My mom first name was Myra.
    Coffee is on

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  13. Beautiful details.
    Great photos.

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