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  1. Saint Marks Parish Church

    Newtownards, County Down

    A fine Gothic church in perpendicular style. Read more

  2. Saint Patrick's Well, Magherakeel

    Castlederg, County Tyrone

    Situated in the Derg Valley along the ancient pilgrimage trail to Lough Derg, one of Ireland’s ... Read more

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  3. The Clock Tower

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    The Clock Tower at the head of the Main Street is all that remains of the Old Parish Church, ... Read more

  4. Timoleague Franciscan Friary

    Timoleague, Cork

    Timoleague is a village found near the sea, just 10km east of Clonakilty in County Cork. It is home to the extensive ruins of a Franciscan friary established in the late-13th or early-14th century. Read more

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  5. Timahoe Round Tower

    Timahoe, Laois

    A carved, Romanesqe doorway makes this the most elegant round tower in Ireland. The round tower was built some time in the 1100s, on the site of a religious community founded by St. Mochua around 600. Read more

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  6. 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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  7. Saint Marys Cathedral

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    St Mary’s is a gothic revival-style Catholic cathedral that dominates the skyline of Kilkenny City. William Deane Butler designed the impressive house of worship taking inspiration from Norman architecture. It was completed in 1849. Read more

  8. Saint Malachys Church Coleraine

    Coleraine, County Londonderry

    Built 1937 by Padraig Gregory. " A powerful neo-Romanesque composition with an offset stumpy ... Read more

  9. First Presbyterian Church

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    There has been a Presbyterian house of Worship on the Dublin Road since 1673. The Reverend ... Read more

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  10. Loughcrew Cairns

    Oldcastle, Meath

    The Loughcrew Cairns are one of Ireland’s archaeological treasures and can be found just 3km east of Oldcastle, County Meath. The site comprises a group of 5,000-year-old Neolithic passage tombs. Read more

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