Category:Conwal Old Church

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English: Conwal (also named Conwall or Congbail) in County Donegal was an early monastic site, founded in the early 7th century. St. Fiachrius was abbot here. The ruins of a rectangular church with Romanesque elements are left and in 1968 during a tidying operation a cairn of stones was erected south of the church with medieval grave slabs at the top. See entry 1542 in Brian Lacy: Archaeological Survey of County Donegal, ISBN 0-9508407-0-X.

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