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    The only sculptured 15th century high altar to survive in Ireland

    By | March 29th, 2018|Categories: co. Sligo, Connaught, Heritage Sites, Monastic Houses1100-1500, National Monuments|Tags: , |

    Sligo Abbey, located in Sligo Town, was built by Maurice Fitzgerald for the Dominicans in 1252. The site contains a great wealth of carvings including Gothic and Renaissance tomb sculpture, well preserved cloisters and the [...]

    World famous gardens, Friendly seals & An island paradise

    By | February 10th, 2018|Categories: co. Cork, Curious Ireland, Heritage Sites, Islands, Latest Additions, Munster, National Monuments, The Victorian era 1840 - 1910|Tags: , , , |

    Garinish Island also known as 'Ilnacullin' or 'Island of Holly' is located in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff in Bantry Bay in west Cork. The micro climate in this bay is caused by the warmer currents [...]

    A castle to rival Balmoral in a spectacular location, Marilyn Monroe and Evictions

    By | December 9th, 2017|Categories: Castles & Tower Houses 1350 - 1850 ad, co. Donegal, Curious Ireland, Heritage Sites, National Monuments, The Victorian era 1840 - 1910, Ulster|Tags: , , |

    Glenveagh Castle is located in the stunning Glenveagh National Park in co.Donegal. It was built between 1867 and 1873 by Captain John Adair who tried to recreate a castle retreat better than Balmoral. He was also responsible [...]

    An ancient passage tomb with some of the finest vistas in Ireland

    By | May 24th, 2017|Categories: co. Wicklow, Latest Additions, Leinster, National Monuments, Stone to Iron Age 4000 bc - 500ad|Tags: , , |

    Seefin Passage Tomb is located on a hilltop 1700 feet above sea level near Kilbride in county Wicklow. This national monument dates to somewhere between 3300 to 3000 b.c. The tomb's name in Irish 'Suidh [...]