Top 10 Landmarks in Ireland

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Kylemore Abbey
County Galway, Ireland

4. Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey (Irish: Mainistir na Coille Móire) is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The abbey was founded for Benedictine Nuns who fled Belgium in World War I. The current Mother Abbess of the Benedictine Community is Mary Margaret Funk.

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Dunguaire Castle
County Galway, Ireland

3. Dunguaire Castle

Dunguaire Castle (Irish: Dún Guaire) is a 16th-century tower house on the southeastern shore of Galway Bay in County Galway, Ireland, near Kinvarra (also spelled Kinvara). The name derives from the Dun of King Guaire, the legendary king of Connacht. The castle's 75-foot tower and its defensive wall have been restored, and the grounds are open to tourists during the summer.

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St. Colman Cathedral
Cobh, Ireland

2. St. Colman Cathedral

St. Colman Cathedral is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cloyne, located in Cobh, Ireland. The architects were Edward Welby Pugin and George Ashlin, who commenced construction in 1867. When Pugin died in 1875 Ashlin took on the services of a Dublin architect, Thomas Aloysius Coleman to assist him in the completion of the project.

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Malahide Castle
Malahide, Ireland

1. Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle, parts of which date to the 12th century, lies, with over 260 acres (1.1 km2) of remaining estate parkland (the Malahide Demesne Regional Park), close to the village of Malahide, 14 km north of Dublin in Ireland. The estate began in 1185, when Richard Talbot, a knight who accompanied Henry II to Ireland in 1174, was granted the "lands and harbour of Malahide". The oldest parts of the castle date back to the 12th century and it was home to the Talbot family for 791 years, from 1185 until 1976, the only exception being the period from 1649–60, when Oliver Cromwell granted it to Miles Corbet after the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland.

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