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Dún Briste

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  1. This sea-stack is called Dún Briste (broken fort). Local legend says that when a pagan chieftain refused to convert to Christianity, St Patrick struck the ground with his crozier, splitting a chunk of the headland off into the ocean, with the chieftain on top! The sea stack is beautiful to behold because you can see the layers upon layers of.
  2. Mar 17,  · Dún Briste is a sea stack rising out of the sea off Downpatrick Head in Co. Mayo. According to legend, St. Patrick separated it from the mainland in .
  3. Downpatrick Head is a free for visitors to enter. If you have enjoyed your visit and would like to make a donation to the owners please use the secure payments method.
  4. Boasting garden views, Dún Briste Self Catering offers accommodation with a patio and a kettle, around miles from Mayo North Heritage Centre. This holiday home has a garden, barbecue facilities, free WiFi and free private parking/10(7).
  5. When it formed, Dún Briste was still connected to the mainland. Looking at the sea stack's layers and edges, McNamara noticed that the structure shows evidence of onlapping strata, or layers.
  6. The sea stack known as 'Dún Briste' was part of the mainland until when heavy seas severed it from the mainland and the people were taken from it by means of ship's ropes. According to one legend, a pagan chieftain, named Crom Dubh, lived there. He refused to listen to St. Patrick who tried to convert him to Christianity. St.
  7. Aug 15,  · DownPatrick Head is a headland between Ballycastle village and the archaeological site of Ceide Fields. It commands breathtaking views on the Atlantic, the S.

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