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A stroll within the walled town reveals a wealth of historic buildings that chart the changing nature and times of Kilmallock.
Trace your ancestors and solve a family mystery!
The oldest inhabited in Ireland built in circa A.D. 1190 by the O’Briens.
A Benedictine monastery of the Congregation of the Annunciation located in Murroe, County Limerick.
Stunning centrepiece of one of Ireland’s most beautiful estates.
A range of informative, accessible, fun and immersive audio guides and apps that help to promote the Ballyhoura Heritage.
An extensive complex of ancient fields and enclosures excavated in 1932-1934.
Two fine examples of Palatine houses built in 1840 by the lord of Castle Oliver.
Founded for Augustinian monks in the 13th century by Alexander FitzHugh.
The Old graveyard and medieval church.
The Franciscan friary east of Galbally village founded in 1471.
Built for the Protestant families of Ballyorgan and Glenosheen in 1812.