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The ruined castle overlooking Baltimore Harbour, was a holding of the O'Driscolls, who were one of the most important clans in West Cork.
The quadrangle of Government Buildings on Upper Merrion Street in Dublin City Centre was built by the British administration in Ireland, with the foundation stone for the building laid by King Edward VII in 1904.
This historic castle is world famous for the Blarney Stone, said to have the power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it.
Eighteenth century castallated house now owned by Descendants of Thomas Addis Emmet. Contains Robert Emmet's college books in the Emmet Museum.
The townland and parish of Seagoe have a rich Christian heritage.
Ballyhannan Castle is a beautifully restored castle, of massive stone walls and crafted stout oak reconstruction. It is located in Quin, County Clare and is available for hire for private functions.
The Siege Museum is now located in temporary premises at 16 Bishop Street.
The story of the regiment 1793-1968.
Quoile Castle is believed to have been built around 1600 and to have been assoicated with the ...
Wooded walks, adventure centre and horse trails is just a glimpse of what's on offer at Castle Ward.
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