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Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum

Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum

Midlands Ireland | County Laois

Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum is located in on the road between Borris-in-Ossory and Rathdowney, in Donaghmore, County Laois. It was one of the 130 workhouses built in Ireland during famine times, in mid-19th century (another 33 were established some time later). These institutions were operating until the 1920s as a means of providing relief for extrem...   more info and photos

Ceide Fields

Ceide Fields

West Ireland | County Mayo

Céide Fields are located about 7 kilometers northwest of Ballycastle in County Mayo. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in Ireland and consists one of the oldest known field systems in the world, over five and a half thousand years old. The remains of stone field walls from Neolithic, were discovered during peat cutting works, by local scho...   more info and photos

Boyle Abbey

Boyle Abbey

Midlands Ireland | County Roscommon

The well preserved Cistercian Abbey in Boyle, in County Roscommon, was founded in 1161 under the patronage of the local ruling family, the MacDermotts and colonized by monks from Mellifont, County Louth. It was the first monastery of the Cistercian order in Connacht. It has the conventional cruciform plan, with a nave and aisles, a transept with four chapels...   more info and photos

Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship

Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship

East Ireland | County Dublin

Jeanie Johnston is replica of 19th century three masted tall ship located in the center of Dublin to commemorate tragedy of Great Famine. The original Jeanie Johnston was built in 1847, in Quebec, in Canada and was purchased by Irish merchants John Donovan & Sons for carrying goods between Ireland and North America. In the time of Great Famine as many other...   more info and photos

National Botanic Gardens - Glasnevin

National Botanic Gardens - Glasnevin

East Ireland | County Dublin

National Botanic Gardens in Dublin were founded in 1795 and since then it's very popular place amongst Dubliners and well known tourist attraction. It's also important place of botanical research and conservation, and home of College of Amenity Horticulture. The gardens are beautifully situated on the banks of the River Tolka in Glasnevin. Everyone and at an...   more info and photos

Aughnanure Castle

Aughnanure Castle

West Ireland | County Galway

Aughnanure Castle is situated on the banks of the Drimneen River, about 3 km from Oughterard, in County Galway. This well preserved, six-storey tower-house was built in early 16th century by very powerful and ferocious clan of the O'Flahertys who controlled the lands of West Connacht, from the west shore of Lough Corrib to the sea. The castle is protected by...   more info and photos

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

West Ireland | County Mayo

Doonfeeny Standing Stone is located on the old graveyard, 3km northwest of Ballycastle in County Mayo, not far from well known ancient site of Ceide Fields, just of the road R314. This megalithic monument is standing here maybe even from the times of Bronze Age, majestically overlooking the Downpatrick Head and its Dun Briste sea stack. Doonfeeny Standing St...   more info and photos

Proleek Wedge Tomb

Proleek Wedge Tomb

East Ireland | County Louth

Proleek Wedge Tomb is located about 4km northeast of Dundalk (Co Louth), on a golf course in the grounds of Ballymascanlon Hotel. This megalithic monument was built in Bronze Age period and is locally known as Giant's Grave. Local folklore connects it with nearby Proleek Dolmen and according to this legend the Giant's Grave is a burial place of Scottish gian...   more info and photos