Kilmacduagh (traslation “Church of Duagh’s son”) Monastery, near Gort in County Galway, Ireland. Founded in the early 7th century by Saint Colmán, son of Duagh. The above aerial views enable you to see the grave sites in St Colmán’s Cathedral as well as the adjacent Round Tower (32.5 m, 112 ft), the tallest pre-modern building in Ireland. Please click on an image to open larger version.
Valaise Blacknose Sheep in front of the Matterhorn in Zermatt, Switzerland
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Switzerland has the second highest life expectancy in the world, and living here, I never wonder why!
Zürich Weihnachtsdorf (Christmas Market)
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Sagrada Família Basilica, built 1882-present
Baldachin and Crucifix over the high altar
Details of the Passion Facade, which was designed to convey Jesus’ suffering
Casa Batlló, built 1877 and redesigned by Gaudi in 1904
Casa Milà (La Pedrera) built 1906-1912