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Glencolumbkille South Holy Well, likely once known as Tober Colmcille, Carran
The well lies at the end of a short green road. The site has a little hillock, with trees and stream. The well lies to the right as an enclosed and separate part of the stream. It emerges from a limestone wall at the rear of the site. The well is designated by a loose stone wall. The top section of a stone cross is inserted into this wall. This cross may be part of the once tall ‘termon’ cross that stood at the entrance to the graveyard and the 14th century ruins of Sain...
Saint Macreehy's Well, previously Tobarmacreagh, Carran
This well site is located within a small hawthorn grove in the middle of a field of improved grassland. The area is in fertile farmland. There are cliffs 100 metres south of the site and above them there is the classic Burren landscape of limestone pavement. The well was filled in as a safety measure following two fatal accidents and there is no evidence of it today. The well at Tobercollure Well in Tulla, Kilkeedy, CL 007-002 was also filled in in this manner...
The Man Servant's Grave, The Grave of the Saint's Servant, Keelhilla
This well takes the form of a very low, drystone construction which is elliptical or oval in shape. Within the structure there is a crypt-like step-down feature which is capped by a lintel stone. There was no evidence of water at the site at the time of the research visit. There are two ‘leacht’ or outdoor altars beside the monument...
Tobercronan, Tobar Cronán, Termon
This well is located in a little alcove to the north of Teampaill Cronán in Carran. It consists of a neatly fashioned bullaun, a stone with a basin like depression on its surface which often collects rainwater. A small statue featuring two figures stands above the well, with one figure offering solace to the other.
Tobermacduagh, Tobar Mac Duagh or Duach, Kinallia
The well is located in a sheltered grove of trees at the base of Eagle Rock Mountain, in the Burren National Park. The well site can be found by travelling through the gates of the Burren National Park and heading towards the northwest corner of the hill in front, almost to the base of the cliffs. An established path leads to the well...
Tobernafiaghtana, Tobar Fiachtna, Termon
The well is set on the western side of the Terrmon-Coisceim road, heading north-west. It is less than one kilometre from the turnoff to the Burren Perfumery. The well takes the form of is a bullaun, a natural depression in the li...
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