POTD 232/365 – Millifont Abby


This site, only 35 miles north of Dublin, was constructed in the mid-12th century as the first Cistercian structure in Ireland, and it heralded the beginning of Continental architecture on the island.

Now, little remains other then this lavabo, an octagonal building where the monks washed up.

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