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  1. Conway Castle

    Killorglin, Kerry

    Castle Conway alias Killorglin Castle is a ruined 12th century castle, which was an advance post of the Earl of Desmond. Read more

  2. Gasworks

    Belfast, County Antrim

    The Gasworks is one of Belfast’s most famous landmarks.

    The park’s distinctive funnel and ... Read more

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  3. Dunguaire Castle

    Kinvara, Galway

    Dunguaire Castle, located on the Burren's edge in Kinvara village, has dominated the Galway Bay shoreline for centuries. Join in a memorable medieval banquet during summer evenings. Read more

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  4. Desmond Hall

    Newcastle West, Limerick

    The Desmond banqueting hall is an imposing two-storey structure and was used by the Earls of Desmond for banqueting and entertainment. It is located in Newcastle West, County Limerick and was constructed during the 15th century. Read more

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  5. Ulster Aviation Collection

    Lisburn, County Antrim

    A unique array of historic aircraft and exhibits celebrating Northern Ireland’s aviation heritage. Read more

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  6. The Former Co Donegal Railway Station (Heritage Trail)

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

  7. Dún Na Séad Castle

    Baltimore, Cork

    The ruined castle overlooking Baltimore Harbour, was a holding of the O'Driscolls, who were one of the most important clans in West Cork. Read more

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  8. Mallow Castle

    Mallow, Cork

    Mallow Castle, probably built by Sir Thomas Norreys, is a long rectangular building with polygonal turrets at the corners of the north wall. It is located in Mallow, County Cork and has recently been bought by the City Council. Read more

  9. Glinsk Castle

    Glinsk, Galway

    In the decades preceding the 1641 Rebellion, a number of Irish landowners were building houses that tried to combine the need for spacious and luxurious living with an adequate means of positive defence. Read more

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  10. Mullan Village and Mill

    Emyvale, Monaghan

    Mullan is a picturesque 19th Century mill village architecturally, much of the village is early Victorian in character. Very few similarly well defined and preserved examples of early rural industrial development exist in this country. Read more

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