Saint Moling

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St Mullin’s Monastic site

St Mullin’s Monastic site is one of the most significant archaeological sites, standing in importance with Glendalough and Clonmacnoise. So, it attracts many historians, archaeologists, and general visitors to County Carlow and the River Barrow area. So, the village of St Mullin`s is named after Saint Moling (or Mo Ling, 614–697), who founded a monastery […]

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