Friday, April 8, 2011

Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Dublin

As I'm not really good on explaining thing... hence, i just googled the description on Glendalough, the place I went for last few months with Is (my son), Atip (my niece), Mozek, Naddy (Medics students in Dublin) & AJ (Dentistry student in Dublin).

Heritage of Glendalough:

While renowned for it’s magnificent scenery Glendalough is also full of a rich and varied heritage in terms of history, monuments, archaeology, architecture, landscapes, geology, parks, flora, fauna, wildlife habitats & mining history.

The Glendalough Valley was carved out by glaciers during the Ice Age and the two lakes, from which Glendalough gets its name, were formed when the ice eventually thawed. The Valley is home to one of Ireland’s most impressive monastic sites founded by St. Kevin in the 6th Century.

Situated in the Wicklow Mountains National Park, the area is a haven for wildlife and their habitats, flora and fauna.

The remains of the Glendalough Mines and Glendasan mines can be found both inside and outside the Park.

Source: Mr. Google :D

Auwww..i dah macam hartisss u..PERASAN!

Our transport during that time; MH - Malaysian Hospitality :D

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