North West Ulster: The Counties of London Derry, Donegal, Fermanagh and Tyrone
The remote, rugged, rough country of North West Ulster possesses buildings as varied as its landscape. This volume shows that from its earliest centuries survive monuments of the Celtic church, in particular the sculptured cross slabs, high crosses and round towers, and medieval tower houses.
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