Saturday, February 7, 2015

inSPIREd Sunday



April 2007 - Trim County Meath Ireland

The Cathedral Church of St. Patrick


The tower is a remnant of the medieval parish Church of Trim.
Bishops have been enthroned here since 1536 but it was not raised to Cathedral status until 1955.
The tower clock commemorates Dean Butler, the historian of Trim. Stained glass in the West window was the first ever stained glass designed by Edward Burne-Jones.







5 comments:

  1. very impressive. i love the spire. what a cool cat!! ( :

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  2. You know from the first photo I thought it looked like Ireland. What a beautiful church, love to visit that one. BTW it's called a spire, towers don't have the pointy bit on.

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  3. That steeple seems to go for ever. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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