St. Cartha's Church Near Kilcar Co. Donegal

The ruins of Saint Cartha's Church near Kilcar Village, Donegal. It was built about the year 640. The current parish of Saint Cartha in Kilcar is described on the web page of the Diocese of Raphoe. Kilcar Village takes its name from St. Cartha. Kil means church in Irish. In the second photo, Kilcar is visible through the arch of the ruined church.

Teach Pobail Chárha Naofa, Cill Chártha

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This a view of the side of the ruin Saint Cartha's Church near Kilcar, Donegal. The gate to the churchyard and stone wall are in the background. In the foreground are very weathered stone grave markers. The older markers are standing while the newer ones lie flat. Saint Cartha's Church near Kilcar, Donegal with Kilcar Village visible through the arch. In the foreground are some flat slab grave markers and iris plants that are not blooming.

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