Bursting with beauty, Ireland's "garden county" is a bloom of flowers, forests and stunning mountain retreats
How Glendalough has been soothing visitors since the 6th century
Located one mile from Cushendall are the delightful ruins of a 13th century Franciscan foundation.
A 15th Century church ruin, known locally as Skryne Tower, perches atop The Hill of Skryne.
In the 7th century, St Colman founded the Kilmacduagh Monastery, which is located southwest of Gort in County Galway....
With its spectacular bell tower and distinctive Italianate architecture, St. Anne's Church is one of Cork's most iconic...
The Franciscan friary in Roscrea, County Tipperary was established in the 15th century. It featured a house, dormitory,...
Nendrum Monastery is thought to have been set up by St Machaoi in the 5th century.
Well preserved remains of Franciscan friary founded around 1500 by Rory MacQuillan.
The beautiful Selskar Abbey, found in the heart of Wexford Town, County Wexford, dates from the early 12th century....
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