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Kilclief Castle was built between 1413 and 1441, reputedly by John Sely, bishop of Down.
Charleville Castle, regarded as Ireland's finest example of Gothic revival architecture, was built by the Earl of Charleville. However, it is not situated in Co. Cork as the name suggests, but on the outskirts of Tullamore in the Irish midlands.
Visit yet another of Phoenix Park's attractions, Farmleigh. The former Guinness family estate has been carefully refurbished by the Office of Public Works and is open to the public when not hosting visiting dignitaries and heads of state to the capital city, Dublin.
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.
Considered to be one of the finest courthouses in the country, Carlow Courthouse was designed by William Vitruvius Morrison in 1830 and is located in Carlow Town.
This fully restored, working, 18th Century windmill, the oldest type in the country, was perfectly located to harness the winds sweeping over the plains of Elphin.
Edmund came from the small town of Callan in County Kilkenny where he was born on 1st June, 1762 and where his family was involved in extensive farming. His parents saw to it that Edmund was well educated.
The remains of Kilbolane Castle are located in Milford, County Cork. It is a square castle with rounded turrets at the corners and is surrounded by a moat.
The Lisnacon Thatched Cottage is an integral part of North Cork heritage being one of the few remaining with the original turf ceiling. It was inhabited by successive generations of one family for over 200 years.
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