County Donegal, Ireland

Letterkenny Cathedral, County Donegal, Ireland

Full dedication: St. Eunan's Cathedral
Became a Cathedral in ??

Letterkenny is dominated by St. Eunan's which stands at the end of what is one of Ireland's longest streets. Indeed, there isn't much more to Donegal's largest town. The Cathedral was built in the 19th Century to "neo-gothic" plans, although it contains some Celtic stonework. It's pride is it's massive marble altarpiece.

When I visited it was Sunday morning and the Cathedral was packed to the door, something that very rarely occurs in the UK.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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