County Westmeath

Named after Meath.. Contae na hIarmhí
Motto: Triath ós Triathaibh ‘Noble above nobility’
Nickname: ‘The Lake County’

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in County Westmeath

Delvin Castle, Delvin. County Westmeath 1310

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Loyal Kings men, The Nugents & An ancient trading route Delvin Castle is located right in the middle of Delvin village in County Westmeath. This was once a sturdy Norman castle with a [...]

Delvin Castle, Delvin. County Westmeath 13102019-06-26T05:05:06+00:00

The River Shannon (224miles from Cavan to Limerick)

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The longest river in Ireland & Great Britain has an ancient monster in it! The River Shannon is 360 km (224 miles) and is by far the longest river in Ireland and is [...]

The River Shannon (224miles from Cavan to Limerick)2019-06-26T21:47:40+00:00

Sean’s Bar, Athlone. County Westmeath 900AD

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Ireland's, Europe's and possibly the World's oldest pub! Sean's Bar in Athlone is not only the oldest bar in Ireland, but also in Europe and possibly the World dating from 900 a.d. This [...]

Sean’s Bar, Athlone. County Westmeath 900AD2019-06-26T22:03:18+00:00