Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Interessante este cemitério.Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Nothing was Ireland spared.
Such a tragedy so many people died of hunger.
...an other genocide of history.
All of this must evoke intense emotions from the Irish and from emigrés of Irish origin making a pilgrimage to the old country.
So sad, such an awful time!
Yet another sad moment in history of mass destruction of human lives lost to time because of natural or human intervention.
We saw these graves in Ireland when we visited. It was heartbreaking.
So sad Bill, and even worse that there are still children dying from hunger in parts of the world today 😥
My ancestors came to Canada to escape the famine.
I agree with Grace. What a horrible thing to happen and it still happens in parts of the world.
Poignant and sad.
Heel apart Bill.Groet Kees.
History.Prayers.God bless you, Bill.
A poignant tale told in beautiful images.
It seems never ending and heartbreaking. I just saw a news piece on the current starvation in Yemen.
Interesting place and well maintained graveyard and great feeding pot!
Oh my, so sad. Does it say how many are buried there?
very interesting post ! we have to remember !
A sad moment in history, but thank you for sharing these photographs.All the best Jan
Sad, SAD . . . dreadful, awful time it was . . Difficult to fathom . . . Thanks for the pictures . . . these reminders are important . . .