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  1. Proleek Dolmen

    Dundalk, Louth

    This is a fine example of a Portal Dolmen in the grounds of the Ballymascanlon Hotel in Dundalk County Louth. The capstone which weighs about 35 tons is supported by three standing stones. Read more

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  2. Carlingford Heritage Centre

    Carlingford, Louth

    The beautifully restored medieval church of the Holy Trinity, in Carlingford County Louth, is home to Carlingford’s history from Viking Times to the present day. Read more

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  3. Saint Brigid’s Shrine and Well Faughart

    Dundalk, Louth

    Situated just 15 minutes from Dundalk, the Hill of Faughart is one of County Louth’s great historical sites. It is the location of several scenes of the legendary Táin Bó Cúalinge and features ruins associated with St Brigid. Read more

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  4. Knockabbey Castle & Gardens

    Louth, Louth

    Knockabbey Castle is located in County Louth and was built around 1399. It was then called Thomastown Castle and over the last millennium has seen huge developments, both to the castle and surrounding gardens. Read more

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  5. Stephenstown Pond Nature Park & The Dairy Maid Coffee Shop

    Dundalk, Louth

    Stephenstown Pond Nature Park and the Dairy Maid Coffee Shop is an 8km lakeside amenity with a wide array of wildlife. Read more

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  6. Templetown Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Carlingford, Louth

    Templetown, called after the crusading ‘Knights Templars’, fronts one of Louth's most popular but as yet, unspoilt stretch of coastline. It is located in Carlingford and is ideal for families, swimming, walking, kite surfing and many more activities. Read more

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  7. Cúchulainn's Stone

    Knockbridge, Louth

    Clochafarmore Standing Stone, in Knockbridge County Louth, is an impressive monument standing at over 3m high and 1.3m wide. This stone is traditionally associated with the greatest hero of Irish folklore, Cúchulainn. Read more

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  8. Collon House

    Collon, Louth

    Collon House was built in 1740 and was the home of John "Speaker" Foster, the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. Read more

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  9. Castle Roche

    Dundalk, Louth

    Castle Roche is one of the most striking Anglo-Norman castles in Ireland and can be viewed for miles around. Located on a rocky hilltop, it commands wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. Read more

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  10. Basement Gallery

    Dundalk, Louth

    The Basement Gallery hosts eleven exhibitions a year, and is programmed and managed by Dundalk Urban District Council. A wide variety of median and styles are displayed, featuring work by local, national and international artists. Read more

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