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  1. Killagholehane Cemetery and Church

    Broadford, Limerick

    Just 2km south of Broadford Village in County Limerick, visitors can discover the ruins of the Killagholehane Cemetery and Church, now considered a National Monument. The site includes a commemorative headstone for the War of Independence. Read more

  2. Creevylea Abbey

    Dromahair, Leitrim

    Found just outside of Dromahair in County Leitrim, Creevylea Abbey was one of the last monasteries established in Ireland prior to the suppression under Henry VIII. It is particularly noted for a lovely stone carving of St Francis of Assisi. Read more

  3. 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

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  4. St Aidan's Cathedral

    Enniscorthy, Wexford

    St. Aidan's Cathedral, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, for which the foundation stone was laid in 1843,was the largest church Pugin built in Ireland. Read more

  5. Lemonaghan Monastic Site

    Ballycumber, Offaly

    Lemonaghan monastic site was founded by Manchan in the 7th Century. There is an information board on site showing church, holy well, togher and oratory and directions to Boher church to see the shrine. Read more

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  6. Skryne Church

    Kells, Meath

    A 15th Century church ruin, known locally as Skryne Tower, perches atop The Hill of Skryne. Read more

  7. Ardmulchan Church

    Kells, Meath

    Ruins of Ardmulchan Church and Graveyard date back to the late 12th Century. The ground floor of the square bell tower remains almost intact. Read more

  8. Duleek Abbey

    Duleek, Meath

    Duleek Abbey began life as a monastic settlement when, in 450 AD, Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland, established a bishopric there. Read more

  9. Hill of Slane

    Slane, Meath

    The Hill of Slane rises 158 metres above the surrounding countryside and can be seen from the Hill at Tara, 16 kilometres away. Read more

  10. Donaghpatrick

    Athboy, Meath

    Saint Patrick’s Church was built in 1896, designed by J.F. Fuller, an authority on the Hiberno Romanesque style Read more

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