United Kingdom Trumpan Church

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Jakub Bors

About this spot
The date of the Trumpan Church has not been established, but it could have been there back as far as the 1300s. When it was in use, it was known to its Gaelic-speaking congregation as Cille Chonain (St Conan’s Church).
Trumpan itself was once a thriving medieval township, and this simple rectangular church served as its focal point. But, unfortunately, the story of both the township and its church came to an end on the first Sunday in May 1578 when the clan MacDonalds burned it down as a part of a revenge attack.

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https://www.visit-waternish.co.uk/listings/trumpan/


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Jakub Bors

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