Gougane Barra | Cork
Gougane Barra (Irish: Guagán Barra, meaning "the rock of Barra") is an area west of Macroom in County Cork, Ireland. The name Gougane Barra comes from Saint Finbarr, who is said to have built a monastery on an island in the lake nearby during the 6th century. The chapel here is St. Finbarr's Oratory and was built in 1903.
Sizes: A4 (21x29cm), A3 (29x42cm) & A2 (42x59.4cm)
Finishes: Unframed, Framed: Black or White Frame.
Printed & framed in our studio in county Clare. Proud to be Made in Ireland.
Details: Printed on 250 gsm Matt paper.
Border: A4 Side 24mm, Top/Bottom 21mm | A3 Side 34mm, Top/Bottom 31mm | A2 Side 50mm, Top/Bottom 45mm
Frames: Hand finished wood profile frame with 1mm polystyrene glass. Ready to hang. Frame width: 20mm | height: 20mm. Frames made in Ireland.
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