St Multose Church

St Multose Church, Kinsale

St Multose Church
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Linda M
Boynton Beach, FL1,102 contributions
Mar 2022
Historic and lovely old church with a surrounding graveyard. The acoustics are excellent and the atmosphere was peaceful..
Written 26 March 2022
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WaterfordGuy
Carrick-on-Suir, Ireland75 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
Just a short walk from the harbour. This is the oldest church in continuous use in Ireland. Very interesting history and lots of information to read inside. Lots to see and an array of interesting features.
Written 4 September 2021
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AussiesBallarat
Ballarat, Australia761 contributions
Oct 2019
St Multose Church was built around 1190 on the site of a Norman 6th C church. There is good information available about the history, but inclement weather prevented us exploring the churchyard to find the three graves of victims of the Lusitania. It appeared that being an historic church did not prevent the current congregation from being active in the Kinsale community. The church was easily reached on foot from the central town area.
Written 11 February 2020
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timonntour
Chesapeake, VA461 contributions
Sep 2019
Just a short walk up from the harbor. A historical church that is still an active parish. Very interesting history that is well documented with signs in the church. Free to self tour .
Written 9 October 2019
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ignatsz
New York City, NY277 contributions
Sep 2019 • Friends
This is the oldest church in continuous use in Ireland. It has beautiful stained glass windows some honoring parishioners who died in World War I. I has outstanding acoustics. My friend sang in the empty church and it was clear and delicate. I stood in prayer. This is place stop by in Kinsale.
Written 1 September 2019
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KDCalgary
calgary20 contributions
Jul 2019
Amazing historical church and landmark. A walk around the adjoining cemetary was a walk through time. The church docent had many interesting stories to tell about this centuries old church.
Written 15 August 2019
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valerie a
St. Augustine, FL369 contributions
Jul 2019
Walk through the church, the gardens, the ancient cemetaries. Mesmorizing. Then, cross the street and have a coffee, tea or pastry and enjoy the view of the church you just savored.
Written 9 August 2019
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muzique1960
Woodridge, IL123 contributions
Jul 2019
Lovely, small, historic church located in Kinsale. The lovely sanctuary is very small and a sense of peace settles over one as you step into the sanctuary. There are a few people buried in the cemetery from the Lusitania disaster, which occurred just off the coast of Kinsale.
Written 8 August 2019
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randn94
Margate, UK298 contributions
Jul 2019 • Friends
It would be a pity to miss this historically important church, one of the oldest in Ireland.
So climb the alleyways, away from the tourists in the town and make your way to see the stained glass, the memorial inscriptions and the decor. The view across Kinsale and the harbour is well worth it too.
Written 4 August 2019
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Buckthorn5345
Glen Ellyn, IL110 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
St. Multose is worth a visit especially since it is near the main town area. The stained glass windows and the overall decoration of the church is eye catching. The various memorials are interesting as many of them memorialize Irish who served in the British Army.
Written 30 July 2019
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