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Cœige Uladh: Noble Place [KOOGI-OLOO]: Ulster, Northern Ireland

Sabhail (Barn)
(pron. SAUL) County Down, Northern Ireland. Legend says Saint Patrick died here and received his last communion from Bishop Tassach: Rain Shower. The first church founded by Saint Patrick is located at Mag-inis: The Great Island Plain. The ground is considered holy. (3)
Dún Phádraig: Downpatrick (Fortress of Patrick)
Leth Cathail: Grain Portion / Magh-Inis: Island Plain, County Down, Northern Ireland. (pron. DOON PAW-rihg) The Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity a.k.a Church of Dendalethglass: Blind Side Green is where Saint Patrick, Saint Brigid, and Saint Columba are believed to be buried. A bell, tooth (National Museum of Dublin) and hand from Saint Patrick were discovered in the 12th century. Saint Patrick’s hand was enshrined in silver and placed in the high altar of the Abbey Church. Water was poured through it to heal sores. (1,3)

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