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  1. Toureen Peakaun

    Glen Of Aherlow, Tipperary

    Toureen Peakaun is a monastic site found in County Tipperary’s beautiful Glen of Aherlow region. It features the remains of a rectangular church that dates from the 1100s and still receives pilgrims today. Read more

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  2. Bannside Craft Shop, Bethlehem Abbey

    Ballymena, County Antrim

    Our Lady of Bethlehem Abbey is a Cistercian monastery in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Read more

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  3. Heritage Island

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Find out more about Ireland's heritage and culture from visiting ... Read more

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  4. Dundrum Heritage Trail

    Newcastle, County Down

    The Heritage Trail takes you on a journey through the historic life and times of Dundrum Village. Read more

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  5. Tuamgraney Church

    Tuamgraney, Clare

    St Cronan, abbot of Clonmacnoise, founded this church in Tuamgraney, County Clare in the 10th century. Today, it houses the East Clare Heritage Centre. Read more

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  6. 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

  7. Raholp Church

    Downpatrick, County Down

    Restored ruins of a sixth century church to St. Tassach, who administered the last rites to Patrick. Read more

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  8. The Market Cross

    Newtownards, County Down

    At the east of High Street in Newtownards the Market Cross was built in 1636. Read more

  9. All Saints Church -Church of Ireland (Heritage Trail)

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

  10. 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

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