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Bangor Abbey fell into disrepair following many Viking raids. It was partially restored by Saint Malachy in the 12th Century.
The main body of the current Abbey dates from the 1830's and 1840's - but the tower is from the 15th century - and the...More
I have always wanted to get back to Bangor abbey because of its history. In previous times i only got round the cemetery and surrounding area but never inside but while in Bangor for a day finished off by getting into the church and learnt...More
Bangor Abbey has an incredible history as only those who have heard of St. Gall will know. Visitors from St Gallen in Switzerland come here forging the links with the Abbey and bringing to life the history of Gall leaving these shores and settling there....More
This is actually an interesting place to visit and we were fortunate that a member of the congregation was there and showed us around and talked about the history of the church and the surrounding area. It transpired that some members of my husbands family...More
A great place to visit. It is steeped in history both within the church and also the graveyard. The church itself is has such a feeling of peace. The guides during the summer are ver friendly and so knowledgeable.