Tralee is the county town, the administrative center and the largest town in County Kerry located in south-west Ireland and is situated on the northern side of the Dingle Peninsula.
The Emerald Isle
Kyrie Elieson Abbey is located in Abbeydorney, which is a village in Kerry located 9 KM north of Tralee, this abbey was established in 1154 and suppressed by the English King Henry the VIII during the Dissolution of the Monasteries and his attack on the Roman Catholic Church.
The nationalists of Kerry erected this monument to commemorate the Irish resistance to British rule in Tralee.
This beautiful monument, with the inscription in Gaelic, was located at the Kyrie Eleison Abbey.