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Basilica di San Francesco at sundown, Assisi, Italy
Basilica di San Francesco at sundown, Assisi, Italy

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The fortified Tabor church at sunrise. Located in the village of Podbrezje, Gorenjska, with the Kamnik Alps and Karawanke mountains forming a picturesque backdrop. The church is perched upon a rock in the centre of the village and was built some time after 1471 as a fortification into which the locals could escape from Ottoman raids
Tabor church at sunrise
The fortified Tabor church at sunrise. Located in the village of Podbrezje, Gorenjska, with the Kamnik Alps and Karawanke mountains forming a picturesque backdrop. The church is perched upon a rock in the centre of the village and was built some time after 1471 as a fortification into which the locals could escape from Ottoman raids

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The twin churches with a single shared spire in the village of Srednja Vas pri Šenčurju as the evening clouds pass over. The churches are dedicated to Saint Radegund and Saint Catherine.
The twin churches with a single shared spire in the village of Srednja Vas pri Šenčurju as the evening clouds pass over. The churches are dedicated to Saint Radegund and Saint Catherine.

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The stone of the Divisions (AKA the Cat Stone) on the Hill of Uisneach in County Meath is is possibly the most signifcant ancient monument in the whole country. Firstly, legend say that this is the burial place of Queen Eriu, Queen of the Tuatha de Danann (A powerful, magical race that inhabited Ireland before the Celts). She was defeated and mortally wounded in a battle with the Celtic King, Amergen granted her a dying wish. He promised her that the island would bear her name forever – The Gaelic name Eriú was later changed by the Vikings into “Eriú’s Land”, or Ireland. This 30-ton stone looks more like a giant bolder that has been cracked into several pieces. The splits are believed to represent the ancient divisions of Ireland. A book called Beneath the Shadow of Uisneach, says that it was from here that the five ancient provinces of Ireland met, symbolising this as the centre of Ireland. The stone’s Irish name depicts this: Ail na Mireann (“Stone of the Divisions”). The division were first made by the Fir Bolg. It is on this hill that the first fire was lit for the ancient festival of Bealtaine. It was said that a fire lit at the summit here could be seen all over Ireland, and that all fires were lit from this one. This hill was also the gathering place of the kings of Ireland.
The stone of the Divisions (AKA the Cat Stone) on the Hill of Uisneach in County Meath is is possibly the most signifcant ancient monument in the whole country. Firstly, legend say that this is the burial place of Queen Eriu, Queen of the Tuatha de Danann (A powerful, magical race that inhabited Ireland before the Celts). She was defeated and mortally wounded in a battle with the Celtic King, Amergen granted her a dying wish. He promised her that the island would bear her name forever – The Gaelic name Eriú was later changed by the Vikings into “Eriú’s Land”, or Ireland. This 30-ton stone looks more like a giant bolder that has been cracked into several pieces. The splits are believed to represent the ancient divisions of Ireland. A book called Beneath the Shadow of Uisneach, says that it was from here that the five ancient provinces of Ireland met, symbolising this as the centre of Ireland. The stone’s Irish name depicts this: Ail na Mireann (“Stone of the Divisions”). The division were first made by the Fir Bolg. It is on this hill that the first fire was lit for the ancient festival of Bealtaine. It was said that a fire lit at the summit here could be seen all over Ireland, and that all fires were lit from this one. This hill was also the gathering place of the kings of Ireland.

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