Alright, final part of Rock of Cashel.
These final pics will be from the museum, and the room they had set up.
I honestly don’t remember what this room was. A common room I think?
I didn’t write down anything about this part of the tour, but I remember we didn’t stay long in here and that I wasn’t able to get a clear shot of this seal thing.
So in the museum, this is the actual St. Patrick’s Cross, from the 12th century.
Elephant and Castle. I’m sure it means something, and I heard it at one point, but I just find a castle on an elephant to be really funny. So.
Cashel brooch! Thus called, I assume, because this style originated in Cashel?
This is a tomb slab.
Crested Griffins! They’re so cute~
That’s actually it for the museum, but here’s a bit of cross from outside:
And this is the view opposite the countryside views!
Next up, abbey!