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  1. Brideweir House

    Conna, Cork

    Situated at the end of a long and gently curving driveway, Brideweir is an excellent example of a nineteenth century glebe-house. Brideweir is without doubt of significant historical, architectural, scientific and aesthetic interest to the locality. Read more

  2. Listowel Castle

    Listowel, Kerry

    A substantial part of the front of the castle survives consisting of two large, square towers of four storeys, standing almost to the original height of 15.3 metres, connected by a wall of the same height and linked together by an arch on one side. Read more

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  3. Castle Ellen House

    Athenry, Galway

    Castle Ellen house is a manor house with enclosed yard built in 1810 standing on 20 acres, largely woodland. It is situated four kilometres from Athenry on the Tuam road. Read more

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  4. Aghalurcher Church

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

  5. Newtownstewart Castle

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    The power of the O’Neill chieftains in Tyrone came to an end in 1607. Read more

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  6. The Priory

    Newtownards, County Down

    At the south east edge of Newtownards are the substantial remains of a Dominican (Black) Friary. Read more

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  7. Teach Mhici Mac Gabhann

    Gortahork, Donegal

    Teach Mhici Mac Gabhann is the birth place of Mickey McGowan, the author of Rotha Mor an tSaoil (The Hard Road to Klondike). It is located in Gortahork, County Donegal and guided tours are available. Read more

  8. Mahee Castle

    Newtownards, County Down

    This ruined Tower House commands a position at the north end of Mahee Island in Strangford Lough. Read more

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  9. Maghera Church And Round Tower

    Newcastle, County Down

    Maghera Church and Round Tower is of major historical importance in the region. Read more

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  10. Dwyer McAllister Cottage

    Dunlavin, Wicklow

    Dwyer McAllister Cottage is a fine example of a traditional whitewashed thatched cottage built with local stone. It is historically linked to the 1798 Rebellion an can be found in Dunlavin, County Wicklow. Read more

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