Lough Corrib, Its Shores And Islands: With Notices Of Lough Mask
Written by William Wilde in 1867 this is his account of all that is historic, picturesque, and beautiful in this grand Lough Corrib region.
Written by a man who knows and loves it well this is a historic account by William R. Wilde of the Lough Corrib region with its sacred islands, its ancient battle grounds, raths, and tumuli; its splendid ruins of castles and abbeys contrasted with the results of modern civilization; its magnificent scenery of mountain and lake with the ever changing lights on purple hills and the glorious sunsets peculiar to the West.
|Author||Wilde, Sir W.R.|
|Publication date||29 May 2013|