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Saltmills, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland, Y34 KR64
A Cistercian abbey, founded circa 1200 by William the Earl Marshal, and named arter Tintern in Wales. The remains consist of the nave, chancel, tower, chapel and cloister.
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Ballyhack, Co. Wexford, Ireland, Y34 YX74
A large Cistercian Abbey founded in 1210 AD. Visitor centre attractions include a small museum with a fine dolls house, castle ruins. Open seasonal, admission.
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Old Leighlin, 2 miles west of Leighlinbridge, Co. Carlow, Ireland
This cathedral was first a monastery built in the 7th century, and was then replaced by the current cathedral in the 13th century. It is open seasonally, and there is no admission fee charged.
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Myshall, Co. Carlow, Ireland, R21 Y478
This is a small church built in the memory of the daughter of a local man, after the girl died on the hunt.
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Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland, R95 P523
An outstanding Cistercian abbey founded in the second half of the 12th century. The church with its Romanesque details dates from this period. In the transept chapels the visitor can see 13th and 16th century tomb sculpture. The tower and cloister date fr
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Gowran, Co Kilkenny, Ireland, R95 CV0Y
This collegiate church, was built in the late 13th century on the site of an earlier monastery. It was served by a "college" - clerics who lived in a community but who did not submit to the rule of a monastery. They lived in a house, now destroyed, beside
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Lismore, Co. Waterford, Ireland
This double monastry was established by St. Carthach in the 7th century.
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