Martellos and Napoleonic defenses

Nearly all built between 1800 – 1804

Howth Martello Tower, Howth. County Dublin 1805

2020-05-06T13:00:36+00:00

A vintage radio museum & watch out for Napoleon This is Howth Martello Tower located in Howth. north co.Dublin. It was built in 1805 and is strategically positioned overlooking Howth Harbour and out [...]

Howth Martello Tower, Howth. County Dublin 18052020-05-06T13:00:36+00:00

Banba’s Crown, Malin Head. County Donegal 1805

2020-04-28T22:56:09+00:00

Ireland's most northerly point, It's oldest rocks, The most shipwrecks & Europe's highest sand dunes Banba's Crown is located in Malin Head in County Donegal and is Ireland's most northerly building on the [...]

Banba’s Crown, Malin Head. County Donegal 18052020-04-28T22:56:09+00:00

Dalkey Island, Off south County Dublin

2020-04-29T17:19:34+00:00

An Ancient island near the stars with a thorn in it's side Dalkey Island lies less than 300 meters off the south Dublin coastline near the village of Dalkey. This 22-acre island has [...]

Dalkey Island, Off south County Dublin2020-04-29T17:19:34+00:00

Old Fort, Shannonbridge. County Offaly 1810

2020-04-28T22:38:36+00:00

A unique Napoleonic fort on the Shannon This odd and unique looking building is the Old Fort at Shannonbridge in County Offaly. It was built in 1810 at this strategic location on the [...]

Old Fort, Shannonbridge. County Offaly 18102020-04-28T22:38:36+00:00