The Rock of Cashel is the plateau of rock under these medieval ruins,
also known as St. Patrick's Rock
Located in southeast Ireland, Cashel, County Tipperary
Cashel Rock again, Cashel is the anglicized version of an
Irish word meaning "fortress" or "stone fort" which explains why
this plateau of rock is also known as Cashel of the Kings.
Rock of Cashel, Legend says at this site in 432 A.D., St. Patrick
baptised King Aengus, a King of Munster who became
Ireland's first Christian ruler
During the baptism, legend also has it that St. Patrick used the 3 leafed
shamrock (clover) for the first time to explain the
Christian concept of the Trinity.
ran into the Slieve Bloom Mountains.
Then,Satan took an enormous bite
out of the stonypeaks and spat out his massive mouthful and formed
the Rock of Cashel.
This also explains a gap in the Slieve Bloom Mountains