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A 30-meters high stone tower is the most characteristic building in the Glendalough monastic city. 
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A 30-meters high stone tower is the most characteristic building in the Glendalough monastic city.

"There is one monument of antiquity, of more remote date, most probably, than the churches themselves, not yet noticed, although the visiter never loses sight of it during his peregrination through the extensive vale of Glendalough, that is, the Round Tower. The uses of these extraordinary buildings are not yet fully ascertained; by the Irish peasantry they are called Cloch-Theach, or the Belfry; by General Vallancey, Fire-Towers; and by an infinite number of antiquarians, Turres Ecclesiastics, or anchorite towers, either for the study of religious writings, and indulgence in pious reflections, or for the purposes of penitence and prayer, like the Stylite pillars." (George Newenham Wright: A Guide to the County of Wicklow, London 1827).
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A 30-meter stone tower was used to watch for invading Vikings in the Glendalough monastic city in 11th century. 
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A 30-meter stone tower was used to watch for invading Vikings in the Glendalough monastic city in 11th century.
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On the shore of Upper Lake in Glendalough, Ireland. 
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On the shore of Upper Lake in Glendalough, Ireland.
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On the shore of Upper Lake in Glendalough, Ireland: Raf's camera is attracting a lot of curious looks. 
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On the shore of Upper Lake in Glendalough, Ireland: Raf's camera is attracting a lot of curious looks.
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Inside the ruins of the cathedral (10-13c) in the monastic city in Glendalough, Ireland. 
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Inside the ruins of the cathedral (10-13c) in the monastic city in Glendalough, Ireland.
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