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St. Fionan’s monastery Ireland

It is one of the most famous and impressive sites from the ancient christain world which can still be seen today in its orignal and true form. It is a monastic site sitting on the top of a rock in the middle of the wild Atlantic Ocean.
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Access only by boat, weather permitting
Only 180 peoples a day can visit the island. You have to book on the boat owners websites as soon as booking is open.
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A decent amount of people

Daytime during summer

07:23 19:48
15:51
51°46'21.6108" N 10°32'16.4991" W

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  • Paul NL
  • Gerd Kronsteiner
  • mataphoto
  • Douglas Carpenter
  • David Wong
  • shang fu
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Thank you Joao Pinheiro for creating this photo spot and Joyce Fong, Christian BARRET for improving it with additional photos or content.
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