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dc.contributor.otherNational Inventory of Architectural Heritageen_IE
dc.coverage.temporal1820en_IE with kind permission of the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. South Dublin Libraries do not own the reproduction rights to this image. If you wish to reproduce this image see contact details at http://www.buildingsofireland.ieen_IE
dc.descriptionEnclosed cemetery containing three-stage circular-plan former watch tower, c.1820, now disused. Blocked door to north, slit windows with metal latticework frames above. Lower storey rendered rubble, with brick wall and crenellations above. Stands amid fragmentary wall footings of medieval church. Rubble stone enclosure wall includes caretaker's cottage with blocked openings, hipped roof and high chimney stacks.en_IE
dc.publisherDepartment of the Environment, Heritage and Local Governmenten_IE
dc.relationNational Inventory of Architectural Heritage ID: 11221016en_IE
dc.subjectEnclosed cemetery containing three-stage circular-plan former watch toweren_IE
dc.subjectslit windowsen_IE
dc.subjectBlocked dooren_IE
dc.subjectmetal latticework framesen_IE
dc.subjectrendered rubble, with brick wall and crenellationsen_IE
dc.subjectfragmentary wall footings of medieval churchen_IE
dc.subjectRubble stone enclosureen_IE
dc.subjectcaretaker's cottageen_IE
dc.titleCruagh Cemetery, Cruagh Lane, South Dublin Countyen_IE
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