Church of the Saints on Inchagoill Island
Description:A photograph of a church known as the "Church of the Saints" on Inchagoill Island. Inchagoill Island is the largest island on the lake known as Lough Corrib. This lake is in Ireland. It is believed that this church was built by the Agustinian Monks of Cong circa 1180 A.D. It has an arched doorway which is Romanesque in style and the heads of the ten saints of Lough Corrib are depicted just above it. There is a wall plaque on the right of the door. The photograph was taken in 1952.