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Kells Priory

County Kilkenny
#20 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
We had a lovely lunch in Jen's cafe in the nearby mill, and Liam then took us a short distance to Kilree Cemetery with its iconic round tower and the burial place of King Niall (the river in Kells is called the Ki...
A great place for a picnic among the beautiful ruins.Lots of good photo opps.Nothing has been restored so you are looking at what the 18th century saw.The river is a nice place to sit.Few people visit as it is les...
#28 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Highly recommend seeing them, and then going for a visit to the Jeannie Johnston Tall Ship for an idea of what the overseas journey was like, and then a visit to EPIC to see the influence Irish culture, carried by...
If so, I strongly recommend to visit Dublin city for a fantastic view of sculpture, a fabulous art work which gives remembrance of dark era - The Famine Sculpture.
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#57 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
The Mary Gibbons tours are a good value, and if you have a guide with Martin's knowledge and expertise, her tours are an excellent way to visit this remarkable ancient site.
... every year (during winter solstice) the sun rays are directed thorugh a "roofbox" which basically shoots the sun rays directly onto the tomb within the passageway - and you can see all of that while you visit!
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#82 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Cap stone is enormous, one of the largest in Europe, 150 tons of cap stone, very peaceful, nice place for a picnic.
After reading the information board there we followed the path alongside the field,eventually arriving at a cleared area in the middle of the field, where the dolmen ( portal tomb) was situated.
#87 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Happened upon this fabulous sculpture in Merrion Park... such fun as made of different stone/materials for the clothing... the shoes are amazing!
Tucked away in the corner of Merrion Square is the monument to Oscar Wilde who is in a reclining pose on a quartz boulder.
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#103 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
You can see the history if you read the writings near the statue; almost all the tours start here and it is a very popular place to be in and very near city centre and Trinity college.
Located near Grafton street and Trinity College, this statue is surrounded by wonderful buildings and shops that reminded me of scenes out of Harry Potter
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#109 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Sitting atop the monument is the statue of O’Connell and at the base are winged victories of courage, fidelity, patriotism, and eloquence.
This monument is located at the end of O'Connell Street next to the bridge and it is a definite must see, the workmanship of this is fantastic so much to look at and take in.
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#119 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
James Joyce' statue, on Earl Street, a few steps off O'Connell Street in Dublin is a favorite of locals and tourists alike.
I love the bronze statues like this one & Molly Malone across the river, far more than the more modernistic ones.
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#139 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Life size bronze statue in the center of Dublin of Phil Lynott best known as the bass player and front man for the Irish rock band Thin Lizzy.
I attended the unveiling in 2005 and was so happy to return to Dublin this year to see that the statue is back in place following the bout of vandalism/accidents that took place recently.
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#151 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
It is really an eye opener but when you see it in the Vatican Museum Gardens it makes you wonder, which one is the original??
Worth walking by while exploring Trinity College.
#158 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
The Charles Parnell statue or monument is located in the center of o'Connell street with it's Irish harp.
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#161 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
The obelisk is almost featureless, but between the steps and the obelisk are four bronze plaques cast from cannons captured at Waterloo, three of which have basel relief sculptures of scenes from his career while...
This is a very very large Monument in the middle of the beautiful Phoenix Park well worth the trip to have a picture and a walk through the park.
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#177 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
There is another ancient tomb beside it, known as the Giant’s Grave.
Throw a stone onto flat stone and if it stays your wish will be granted.!!!!!
#185 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
During a recent trip to Co Meath we discovered this charming little graveyard with the remains of a church and an exquisite round tower.
Lovely round tower in a peaceful graveyard just off the N51.
#201 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
A wonderful place to visit for everyone especially young families- an interactive museum, on the site of a monastic tower, telling the story of a monastic settlement and the arrival of the Vikings to Dublin, also...
Its crammed full of information about the history of this 1,000 year old monastic round tower and the Viking history of the area.
#207 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Jim Larkin is remembered on O’Connell Street for his dedication to worker’s rights.
An expresive bronze statue, monument was unveiled in 1980.
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#221 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#222 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#224 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster

Cainneach

Kilkenny
#226 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#243 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#245 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#246 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#258 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
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#259 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
The round tower where the monks took refuge during attacks is amazing and preserved very well.
The old Celtic crosses are magnificent.
#263 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#264 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#269 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
The monument is of Anna Livi, the personification of the River Liffey which runs through Dublin.
This item was in the middle of O'Connell Street in Dublin until it was moved to a little park in front of the Ashling Hotel where I stayed.
#270 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
#295 of 790 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Located in a nice park just across from the natural history museum it is well worth stopping for a moment of reflection during a visit to this part of the city
It is worth finding just to stand and admire the fitting monument to all those who died in service and to stop for a moment or two of quiet reflection.