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  • 1 Castle Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    R 158 IRL - Trim

    The magnificent ruins of this medieval castle stand on the south bank of the River Boyne. The entrance is through the east Tower, opposite Dublin Gate. The central keep, built between 1220 and 1225, consists of two great halls with sleeping accommoda..

  • 2 Yellow Steeple

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    High St. IRL - Trim

    Now a ruin, the "Yellow Steeple" from the late 14C gleams in the sun. It marks the site of an Augustine community, St. Mary's Abbey, founded by Saint Malachy of Armagh in the 12C near the spot where Saint Patrick landed in the 5C and conver..

  • 3 Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    Castle St. IRL - Trim

    This cathedral, now in ruins, was dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul. It was built in the early 13C to replace Clonard Church (south west), and burned by the Irish at the end of the 12C. Its founder, Simon of Rochfort, the first Anglo-Norman bis..

  • 4 Crutched Friary

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Newtown Trim IRL - Trim

    The ruins of a hospital founded in the 13C by a mendicant order, the Crutched Friars, who wore a cross on their habits, stand on the south bank of the River Boyne. The buildings are divided between the keep with several fireplaces, a chapel (in ruins..

  • 5 Bective Abbey

    Religious buildings

    R 161 IRL - Trim

    These impressive ruins lie in a field on the west bank of the River Knightsbrook. The abbey, one of the first Cistercian houses in Ireland, was built in 1150 by the King of Meath, Murchad O'Maolsheachlainn, and dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. Little..

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