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  1. St Cronans High Cross at Black Mills

    Roscrea, Tipperary

    St Cronan’s High Cross once stood in the graveyard of the nearby church of the same name, but has been moved to the Black Mills for conservation. The centre is located on Church Street in Roscrea, County Tipperary. Read more

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  2. Saint Molleran's Church

    Carrick On Suir, Tipperary

    St Molleran’s is the parish church of the village of Carrickbeg, which is located just over the bridge from Carrick-on-Suir, County Waterford. The modern structure includes fragments of the original friary that was built there in the 13th century. Read more

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  3. Old St Mary's Church, Clonmel

    Clonmel, Tipperary

    It’s believed that in 1204, William de Burgo built Old St Mary’s Church in the town of Clonmel, County Tipperary. A fortified church was later built on the site and today there are remains from its bell tower and east tower house. Read more

  4. St Patricks Well, Clonmel

    Clonmel, Tipperary

    Found in County Tipperary just outside Clonmel, St Patrick’s Well continues to be a place of pilgrimage as well as a popular tourist attraction. It is one of the largest wells in Ireland and features an early-Christian, Celtic-style cross. Read more

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  5. St Pauls Church

    Cahir, Tipperary

    St Pauls Church, located in the heart of Cahir, is one of only two known churches designed by the celebrated English architect, John Nash and home to The Earl of Glengall & Butler family vault. Read more

  6. Monaincha Church

    Roscrea, Tipperary

    Monaincha Church is found just 2.5km from the historic town of Roscrea, County Tipperary. It is situated on land that was once an island in a bog. The 12th-century church features a finely decorated doorway and a cancel arch made from sandstone. Read more

  7. Hore Abbey

    Cashel, Tipperary

    Hore Abbey, Ireland’s last medieval Cistercian monastery, was founded in 1272 in County Tipperary, just west of Cashel. It was colonised by monks from Mellifont Abbey and comprised a cruciform church, tower, square cloister, and living quarters. Read more

  8. Holy Cross Abbey

    Holycross, Tipperary

    Holy Cross Abbey, located near Thurles, County Tipperary, was founded in 1168 by Donal Mor O’Brien, King of Munster. It was established for the Benedictine Order, but later transferred to the Cistercians. Mass continues to be celebrated there today. Read more

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  9. Franciscan Friary Tipperary

    Roscrea, Tipperary

    The Franciscan friary in Roscrea, County Tipperary was established in the 15th century. It featured a house, dormitory, prior’s chamber, chapel, cemetery, garden and orchards. Today, the remains are incorporated into a modern Roman Catholic church. Read more

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  10. Athassel Abbey

    Golden, Tipperary

    Near the village of Golden in County Tipperary, visitors will find Athassel Abbey, an Augustinian monastery established in the 12th century and dedicated to St Edmund. It is the largest medieval priory found in Ireland. Read more

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