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  • 1 Creevelea Abbey Interesting

    Religious buildings

    R 288 IRL - Dromahair

    An avenue of evergreens beside the Bonet River, leads to the ruins of a Franciscan friary founded by Owen O'Rourke in 1508. The east and west windows and the church's western door are well-preserved. The cloisters' carved pillars (northern side) depi..

  • 2 Parke's Castle Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Fivemile Bourne IRL - Dromahair

    This castle was built in 1609 by captain Robert Parke, who became an MP in 1661. The castle was captured in 1647, surrendered in 1652 and quickly abandoned. Major restoration work was necessary to repair the slate roof as well as the frames and glass..

  • 3 Lough Rynn Demesne Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    IRL - Mohill

    The estate was purchased by the Clements Family in 1750. It lies between Lake Errke and Lake Rinn. The buildings were erected after 1854. Three walled gardens (1,2 ha), planted in 1859 to produce vegetables, fruit and flowers, have now been laid out ..

  • 4 Costello Chapel

    Religious buildings

    Bridge St. IRL - Carrick-on-Shannon

    On the right, at the bottom of Bridge Street, stands a tiny funeral chapel (5 m x 4 m) built by Edward Costello in memory of his wife, who died in 1877. She was buried in April 1879 under a heavy glass slab (on the left) and he was buried twelve year..

  • 5 St George's Terrace

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    St-George's-Terrace IRL - Carrick-on-Shannon

    The local landlord, C.M. St George, had an elegant house built around 1830, which he named after his ancestral home in Cambridgeshire, Hatley Manor. It was followed, in 1839, by the indoor market. Nearby, the Law Courts, designed in 1821 by William F..

  • 6 Sliabh an Iarainn Visitor's Centre

    Museums and art

    Drumshanbo Rd. IRL - Drumshanbo

    An exhibition and an audio-visual presentation recall the region's history through its mines, the narrow gauge Cavan-Leitrim railway and the sweathouses, an ancient type of sauna.

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