Ross Castle, Killarney, Co.Kerry, Ireland.

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Ross Castle, Killarney, Co.Kerry, Ireland.

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Each individual print is produced by David Hogan using fine art photographic paper and archival inks. All photographs are available in various sizes which includes the white boarder, both framed and unframed. our frames are solid wood with a black finish. 

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Ross Castle is located just outside the town of Killarney on the Ross Road. It is very well signposted and easy to find. Originally the home of an Irish Chieftain (O’ Donoghue Ross) Ross Castle Killarney was probably built in the late 15thcentury. The castle is a typical example of the stronghold of an Irish Chieftain during the Middle Ages. It sits on the banks of Lough Leane on a majestic site looking out on to the lake and Inisfallen Island (home to a 7th century monastery). It is reputed to be one of the last strongholds of significance to fall to Cromwell’s forces in the 1650’s.