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  1. Saint Brigid’s Shrine and Well Faughart

    Dundalk, Louth

    Situated just 15 minutes from Dundalk, the Hill of Faughart is one of County Louth’s great historical sites. It is the location of several scenes of the legendary Táin Bó Cúalinge and features ruins associated with St Brigid. Read more

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  2. Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery

    Drogheda, Louth

    Highlanes Gallery, an exciting, new, state of the art facility aiming to be one of Ireland's most important visual art spaces presenting a dynamic and diverse programme of exhibitions, drawn from the Drogheda Municipal Art Collection in County Louth. Read more

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  3. St Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Drogheda

    Drogheda, Louth

    St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, situated on West Street in Drogheda Town, is famous for housing the shrine of St Oliver Plunkett. The site’s first church was built in 1791, and parts of it were incorporated into the present 19th-century building. Read more

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  4. Drogheda Museum Millmount

    Drogheda, Louth

    Drogheda Museum in Millmount County Louth is located in the Officer's quarters of a former military barracks built in 1808. The museum has been described as one of the finest town museums in Ireland. Read more

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  5. Basement Gallery

    Dundalk, Louth

    The Basement Gallery hosts eleven exhibitions a year, and is programmed and managed by Dundalk Urban District Council. A wide variety of median and styles are displayed, featuring work by local, national and international artists. Read more

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  6. Carlingford Heritage Centre

    Carlingford, Louth

    The beautifully restored medieval church of the Holy Trinity, in Carlingford County Louth, is home to Carlingford’s history from Viking Times to the present day. Read more

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  7. Bridge Street Studios

    Dundalk, Louth

    Bridge Street Studios consists of a group of artists working in the fields of ceramics, prints, metalworks, painting, sculpture and mosaics. The studio hosts regular exhibitions and also produces work on a commission basis. Read more

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  8. Cúchulainn's Stone

    Knockbridge, Louth

    Clochafarmore Standing Stone, in Knockbridge County Louth, is an impressive monument standing at over 3m high and 1.3m wide. This stone is traditionally associated with the greatest hero of Irish folklore, Cúchulainn. Read more

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  9. Magdalene Tower

    Drogheda, Louth

    Magdalene Tower is all that now remains of the once important Dominican Friary It is the belfry tower of the friary which Lucas de Netterville, then Archbishop of Armagh, founded ery in about 1224. Read more

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  10. Templetown Blue Flag Beach 2015

    Carlingford, Louth

    Templetown, called after the crusading ‘Knights Templars’, fronts one of Louth's most popular but as yet, unspoilt stretch of coastline. It is located in Carlingford and is ideal for families, swimming, walking, kite surfing and many more activities. Read more

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