Category:Kilbennan Monastery

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Kilbennan Monastery; Early Christian monastic site with ruins of a round tower and a medieval church, founded by St. Benen, a disciple of St. Patrick, in the 5th century; دير في مقاطعة غالواي، جمهورية أيرلندا; Kloster in Irland; kerkgebouw in Ierland
Kilbennan Monastery 
Early Christian monastic site with ruins of a round tower and a medieval church, founded by St. Benen, a disciple of St. Patrick, in the 5th century
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LocationCounty Galway, Connacht, Ireland
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  • national monument of Ireland
Inception
  • 5th century
53° 32′ 19.81″ N, 8° 53′ 31.34″ W
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English: Kilbennan Monastery (also called Kilbenan or Kilbannon) was founded by St. Benen (also called Benignus, Beannan, or Mionnan), a disciple of St. Patrick. (See A. Gwynn and R. N. Hadcock, Medieval Religious Houses Ireland, p. 388.)

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