Today we’ll spend most, but not all, of our time perusing the interior the ruins of Jerpoint Abbey (1180-1541):
This wondrous area was declared an Irish National Monument in 1880, and I’m sure you can see why.
Inside you’ll even find the occasional sarcophagus-type tomb:
Other memorials dot the site as well:
When one considers that these structures were constructed using late 12th century methods, the detail is quite impressive:
Now let us head back outside for a last look of the exterior: