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  • 1 County Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Civic Centre - Mick-Delahunty Sq. IRL - Clonmel

    The museum details the history of the southern district of County Tipperary, from the Stone Age up to the present day. On display are Roman coins found in Clonmel, the scrap-book showing the Young Irelander's trial, which took place in Clonmel in 184..

  • 2 St Mary's Church Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Irishtown IRL - Clonmel

    The present Anglican church and its unusual octagonal tower were built in the 19C over the remains of a 14C church although there are documents mentioning the existence of a building from the 13C. In the grounds, large sections of the town's walls ca..

  • 3 Main Guard

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Sarsfield St. IRL - Clonmel

    This three-storey, five bay building, is topped with a dome and bears the Arms of Clonmel. It was built by the Duke of Ormond in order to replace the courthouse that was destroyed in 1650 during the siege by Cromwell's troops.

  • 4 Museum of Transport

    Museums and art

    Gurtnafleur-Business-Park - Waterford Rd. IRL - Clonmel

    This museum takes up two floors of a handsome six-storey factory and contains an exhibition of approximately thirty period cars (veteran cars, built before 1919, and vintage cars, built between 1919 and 1930) and classic cars. There is also memorabil..

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