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We visited based on the recommendation of the tourist office. It was easy to find based on the height of the church. There was no one in the area so we just wandered in and walked around inside. Inside the church there are boards that...More
This church is nice to visit when in Kinsale. It's over 800 years old and we walked around the church and the graveyard. We weren't able to enter the church when we were here. It's close to town and there is a parking lot across...More
Yes, churches are the center piece of every Irish town or village. This one is at the top of the hill overlooking the town and harbor. It's a pretty walk up and the church is compact enough for a quick tour. Mass was taking place...More
AS you wind your way around Kinsale, stop for a few minutes at St Multose. A 12th century church that has beauty in its simplicity. We were fortuate to be visiting when a choir from the US was singing. Their music fill the church -...More
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It is an Anglican Church. You can Google it to find out more.
I found it surprisingly difficult to find Roman Catholic Churches in Ireland... but that led me to find out more about the sad history of religion in Ireland.