Ardfert Cathedral (Co.Kerry, Ireland) Reviews
Description:Cathedral located in the town of Ardfert in Co.Kerry.
Newest Review: ... in the 6th century. In fact, St Brendan was born and educated in Ardfert around 500 AD - it is a ancient place and has had more history thrown at it than it is perhaps fair, but then the same could be said of Kerry in general, and perhaps of the whole of Ireland. The town and monastery were repeatedly destroyed by fire and change hands many times as the local warlords fought over their ... more
Customer Ardfert Cathedral (Co.Kerry, Ireland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/12/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
We are driving to Dingle on a rainy morning after a brief visit to Carrigafoyle Castle. There are several seemingly interesting sites on the way, and it's hard to choose, but we can't see everything so we pick Ardfert Cathedral, because of its ancient connections to semi-legendary St Brendan. The Cathedral is located in the middle of a small village of Ardfert, in the middle of the country-lane criss-crossed area west of the R556 back road from Tralee to Listowel: not an easiest place to find, but worth a bit of searching for. It was originally a site of a monastery and a bishopric founded by St. Brendan "The Navigator" in the 6th century. ... Read the complete review
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