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The Irish and Celtic peoples have many legends. One legend goes that at any given point in time, the veil between Heaven and Earth is three feet wide. The legend goes on to say that there are physical mystical places and personal experiences we go through where that veil is thinned and the holy becomes ordinary and the ordinary becomes holy. These places are called Caol Áit, or thin places ...
The Irish Sky Garden Crater by Turrell, is located on the grounds of Liss Ard Estate, Skibbereen, County Cork. It is, as the name suggests, a man made crater, created through the mounding of earth on all sides. At the center lies the “Vault Purchase”, a monolithic stone plinth, upon which offers unobstructed, focused views of the sky, offering a chance for contemplation.