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<nowiki>Glendalough; Glendalough; Glendalough; Glendalough; گلندالو; Glendalough; Glendalough; Glendalough; Глендалох; Glendalough; Glendalough; Glendalough; Gleann Dá Loch; Glendaloha; 格倫達洛; Glendalough; Dolina Glendalough; グレンダーロッホ; Glendalough; Glendalough; Vale of Glendalough; Glendalough; Глендалох; Monasterium Glendalochensis; Glendalough; Glendalough; 搿连搭罗格; Glendalough; Glendalough; Glendalough; Глендалох; Glendalough; village irlandais; Tal in Irland; 愛爾蘭威克洛郡的修道院和冰川谷; monastery and glacial valley, Wicklow, Ireland; دير في مقاطعة ويكلاو، جمهورية أيرلندا; монастир і льодовикова долина в графстві Віклов, Ірландія; klooster in Ierland; Glen of Two Lakes; Glendalough valley; Glendalough abbey; abbey of Glendalough; グレンダロー修道院; 格蘭達洛</nowiki>
monastery and glacial valley, Wicklow, Ireland
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Mountain range
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Map53° 00′ 37″ N, 6° 19′ 39″ W
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English: Glendalough (Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning Glen of Two Lakes) is a glacial valley located in County Wicklow, Ireland, renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and destroyed in 1398 by English troops.
Gaeilge: Suíomh de mhór-mhainistir Éireannach is ea Gleann Dá Loch (Béarla: Glendalough), ar bhunagh Naomh Caoimhín í sa séú haois. Tá sé suite i ngleann aibhne a bhfuil dhá loch inti. Tá cloigtheach iontach, séipéil chloiche agus croiseanna maisithe i measc na bhfothracha.

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