Otterbein College in Enchanting Ireland - September 2007

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For protection from vicious hordes, Glendalough monastery was built in a deserted place. Still, the Vikings found it and destroyed it yet the Round Tower remains. Ireland used to be full of Round Towers. There are still 31 left. They are round (that's where the name comes from), the door is several meters above the ground, and the highest windows are facing North, South, East and West.

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