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  1. Carlow Cathedral

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Located adjacent to St Patrick’s College in Carlow Town, this early 19th-century cathedral was the first to be built after Catholic emancipation. It contains a statue dedicated to Bishop James Doyle, a champion of Catholic rights who is buried there. Read more

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  2. Saint Patrick's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)

    Armagh, County Armagh

    Building started in 1840 but work was suspended during the famine. Read more

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  3. Trinity Presbyterian Church

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    This Church is one of the oldest in Omagh Town Centre. It was founded in 1752 by a group
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  4. Adare Franciscan Friary

    Adare, Limerick

    In 1464, Thomas, Earl of Kildare, and his wife founded a Franciscan friary in Adare, which is just a 20-minute drive from Limerick City. The ruin is well preserved and can be accessed through the Adare Manor Golf Club. Read more

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  5. Quin Abbey

    Quin, Clare

    Located just 10km from the town of Ennis in County Clare, Quin Abbey was founded in the 14th century and inhabited by Franciscan friars. The abbey’s tower affords visitors impressive views of the surrounding area. Read more

  6. Saint Lurach's Church

    Maghera, County Londonderry

    The town of Maghera is a site of religious significance from ancient times. Read more

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  7. Comber Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church

    Newtownards, County Down

    Comber non-subscribing Presbyterian Church was built on a site donated by James Andrews and the ... Read more

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