Authentic Reproduction of the Celtic Standing Stone Slab named Fahan Mura (Fahan meaning "little green field" - pronounced Fawn) is a district in Inishowen, located south of Buncrana, in County Donegal, Ireland. Mura is a patron saint and the first abbot of Fahan an early Christian monastery. The Fahan Mura Cross is located in a graveyard of a ruined church between Letterkenny and Buncrana - the monastery was founded by St. Colmcille for his disciple, St. Mura. (Shape of stone demonstrates a close connection with Scotland). The cemetery photo is where the Stone stands. Circa 7th Century - This reproduction stands 6.25" (15.875cm.)
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