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Struell Wells, Downpatrick, Down Northern Ireland. Struell Wells is strongly associated with St Patrick and been a site for pilgrims since the sixteenth century. The waters were believed to have curative powers, and the site has a ruined church, two roofed wells and two bath houses (one for men, one for women, all fed by the stream. One of the wells is known as a Drinking Well and the other as an Eye well.
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Downpatrick, County Down
Struell Wells, Downpatrick, Down Northern Ireland. Struell Wells is strongly associated with St Patrick and been a site for pilgrims since the sixteenth century. The waters were believed to have curative powers, and the site has a ruined church, two roofed wells and two bath houses (one for men, one for women, all fed by the stream. One of the wells is known as a Drinking Well and the other as an Eye well.