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  1. Rockfleet Castle

    Louisburgh, Mayo

    Rockfleet Castle (Carraig-an-Cabhlaigh), also known as Carrickahowley Castle, stands at the mouth of a small inlet on the northern shores of Clew Bay in County Mayo. Read more

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  2. KInbane Castle

    Ballycastle, County Antrim

    Kinbane Castle is a little-known jewel,a secluded ruin at the bottom of a steep cliff face. Read more

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  3. Cablemaster's Residence

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    This building was the home of the first supervisor of the Valentia Cable Station, James Graves.


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  4. The White House Heritage Centre

    Newtownabbey, County Antrim

    The White House has nestled on the Northern Shore of Belfast Lough for over 400 years. Read more

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  5. Dublin City Hall

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublin's City Hall, built by the Guild of Merchants and originally known as the Royal Exchange is a magnificent example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned. Read more

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  6. Derrynane House, National Historic Park

    Caherdaniel, Kerry

    Derrynane House the ancestral home of Daniel O’Connell, is a public museum commemorating one of Ireland’s leading historical figures and arguably the greatest ever Irishman. Read more

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  7. Rollo Gillespie Monument

    Newtownards, County Down

    Situated in The Square in Comber, it was erected in 1845. Read more

  8. Ferriter's Castle

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    3km north west of Ballyferriter Village are the remains of this castle, the birthplace of the soldier poet Pierce Ferriter, who was one of the last Irish chiefs to hold out against Cromwell's army in the 17th century. Read more

  9. 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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  10. Kilclief Castle

    Downpatrick, County Down

    Kilclief Castle was built between 1413 and 1441, reputedly by John Sely, bishop of Down. Read more

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