Down Cathedral and Downpatrick viewed from across the River Quoile by the ruins of Inch Abbey.



A vintage style art print of the Downpatrick skyline.

Downpatrick is one of Ireland’s most ancient and historic towns. It takes its name from a dún (fort), which once stood on the hill that dominates the town and on which Down Cathedral stands. Down Cathedral dates from the 12th Century, damaged by earthquake in 1245 & burnt by Edward Bruce in 1315 it was rebuilt & destroyed several times. The restoration was initiated in 1790 by Charles Lilly & completed in 1818. The reputed burial place of St Patrick is marked in the grave yard here, also that of St Brigid & St Columbus.

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Weight 50 g
Dimensions 400 × 50 × 15 mm
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