St. Carthage’s

April 20, 2008 Canon 50, Canon 5D, Waterford

St. Carthage's

Walking into St. Carthage’s in Lismore, Waterford. The cathedral, which dates back to the 17th century, is under a lot of restoration and renovation work inside but that in no way detracts from the splendidly cavernous experience you get once you walk in. It sits on well kept grounds in a very peaceful area of Lismore town. Well worth a visit.

One Reply to “St. Carthage’s”

  1. Gary says:

    I quite agree about the wonderful ambience of this building. Lismore Castle on the Blackwater is a fine introductory view as you enter the town from the Waterford-Dungarvan end. Usually you can only visit the castle itself when attending occasional public chamber concerts.

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