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Ahenny High Crosses

Kil Crispeen Churchyard | Ahenny, Tipperary, Ireland
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Ahenny High Crosses

If any where near these Crosses are well worth a visit, you have to walk through a field but worth... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2016
Patsy W
Small but inspirational

Hard enough to find, this is well worth the visit. Part of Ireland's hidden treasure trove lost out... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2016
Paul H
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Tipperary, Ireland
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13 Dec 2016
“Ahenny High Crosses”
9 Feb 2016
“Small but inspirational”
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Kil Crispeen Churchyard | Ahenny, Tipperary, Ireland
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Reviewed 13 December 2016

If any where near these Crosses are well worth a visit, you have to walk through a field but worth it. It's a lovely graveyard but some of the older gravestones have been taken away it does rather spoil the overall feel.

Thank Patsy W
Reviewed 9 February 2016

Hard enough to find, this is well worth the visit. Part of Ireland's hidden treasure trove lost out in the back of beyond.

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 3 June 2015

The cross stand some 7 or 8eight feet tall. Both the North and South crosses are carved of sandstone.

Thank Rory G
Reviewed 7 December 2014

Drove small road to find this. Was not impressed. Looks like every graveyard I saw already. The churches around here are filled with the same Celtic crosses. If you have a choice to see this or a Castle pick the Castle. To far off the...More

2  Thank RodDaly
Reviewed 14 April 2014

We stopped here today. It is a little hard to find but well worth the effort. The grave yard is small and there are only two large Celtic Cross gravestones tucked among other very old gravestones that seemed to go back to the late 1700's/early...More

1  Thank irishbogs
Reviewed 24 September 2012

The high crosses are amazing in many ways: their age, the workmanship and dedication to their formation, the symbolism decorating each one, and how they have stood the test of time and weathering.

2  Thank ryanobrien
Reviewed 10 July 2012

If you want to see the real Ireland, travel around this area. I go to this site on a regular basis. Make sure you take in Tullahought along the way.

7  Thank Diane L
Reviewed 27 September 2008

I visited the Ahenny high crosses after visiting Cahir Castle. The directions were clear and it was easy to find. The graveyard is down a slope (no cows) and is fenced. The sun was shining, there was a slight breeze and the setting was beautiful....More

9  Thank Flutterbyfly
Reviewed 3 January 2008

Definitely worth visiting. As the other review noted, the countryside around it is lovely. The drive from Callan to Windgap and on to Ahenny is really nice. The village itself is really unusual, it must have been built for workers in a local mine. Its...More

8  Thank Billy260273
Reviewed 27 October 2007

An idealic location to take in the wonders of mythical Irish history and of course beauty.One of the most beautiul, unspolit and peaceful parts of Irish landscape that I stumbled apon while on route to the south of Irealnd.The view caught my eye from the...More

8  Thank lauraGermay
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