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The cathedral of St. Peter and Paul with adjacent friary was built by Simon De Rochfort, Bishop of Meath, in 1202. The ruins of the small parish church of Clonbun and graveyard nestle behind the cathedral. There lies the tomb with the effigies of Sir Luke Dillon and his first wife, Lady Jane Bathe (the tomb of the jealous man and woman). Local wisdom says that if you want to get rid of a wart, rub said wart with a pin and leave it between the effigies and the ward will fade and disappear as the pin rusts.
Watermarks won't be visible on purchased prints although my signature will.
May 3rd, 2016
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