8. St. Brigid's Well

St. Brigid's Well is Marker 8 (see map) on the Clondalkin Heritage Trail.

There are Free Guided Tours given by the Volunteer Tour Guides  know as Clann Chrónáin based at Bru Chronain, Clondalkin Round Tower Heritage Centre, Tower Road, Marker 1 (see map)

St. Brigid's Well on Boot Road. Legend has it that St. Brigid (451-523 A.D.), Patroness of Ireland, came to Clondalkin and baptised pagans at the well. According to tradition eye complaints could be cured by dipping a rag in the water of the well; the rag would then be hung on an adjoining tree.

7. Presentation Convent
9. Aras Chronain

Tobar Bhríde ar Bhóthar an Bhúit. De réir an bhéaloidis tháinig Naomh Bríd (451-523 A.D.) Éarlamh na hÉireann, go Cluain Dolcáin ag baisteadh págánach ag an tobar. Bhíodh traidisiún ann ceirt a thumadh in uisce an tobair chun galar súl a leigheas agus ansin an cheirt a chrochadh ar chrann an tobair mar chomhartha creidimh. 

 

Pozo de Sta. Brigida en Boot Road. Cuenta la leyenda que Sta. Brfgida (451-523 d.C.), Patrona de lrlanda, lleg6 a Clondalkin y bautiz6 a los paganos en el pozo. Segun la tradici6n, los males de ojo podian ser eliminados al sumergir un pano en el agua del pozo; luego este se colgaba en un arbol contiguo.

 

St. Brigittes Brunnen in der Boot Stralle. Die Legende besagt, dass St. Brigid (451 - 532), einer der Nationalpatronen lrlands, an diesem Brunnen viele Heiden getauft hat. Die Legende besagt zudem, dass Augenkrankheiten geheilt wurden in dem man einen Lappen in den Brunnen tauchte und diesen anschliel3end an einen angrenzenden Baum hing.

 

Pozzo di Santa Brigida, Boot Road. Secondo la leggenda, Santa Brigida (451 - 523 dopo Cristo), Patrona d'lrlanda, venne a Clondalkin a battezzare pagani presso questo pozzo. Secondo la tradizione, problemi agli occhi potevano essere curati immergendo un pan no nell'acqua del pozzo e strofinandolo sugli occhi; i panni cosi usati venivano poi appesi a un albero vicino.

 

St. Brigid's Well. La legende dit que Ste Brigitte (451-523 ap. J. -C.), la patronne d'lrlande, a venu a Clondalkin et a baptise les paYennes a Boot Road. Selon la tradition, des troubles oculaires pourraient etre gueri par un chiffon trempe dans l'eau du puits; le chiffon a ete ensuite accroche a un arbre adjacent.