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Strokestown, Co Roscommon, Ireland
Strokestown Park was the family home of the Pakenham Mahon family from the 1600s until 1979. The house retains virtually all of its original furnishings. The Irish National Famine Museum uses original documents and letters relating to the years of...
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Main Street, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, Ireland, F52 WR26
This restored 18th Century mansion is now home to an award winning interpretative centre where the visitor can step back in time to the ancient kingdom of Connacht.
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Castlerea, Co. Roscommon, Ireland
This 45 room mansion was built in 1878 and contains a priceless collection of over 10,000 archival documents illustrating a tradition going back 60 generations. Also preserved in Clonalis is O'Carolan's harp.
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Roscommon Town, Co. Roscommon, Ireland, F42 KT02
The County Museum houses several original artifacts including a 9th Century inscribed slab and a dug-out canoe as well as Dominican Priory and Old Jail Histories.
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Boyle, Co. Roscommon, Ireland, F52 XE16
An impressive and well preserved Cistercian Monastery which was founded in the 12th century under the patronage of the local ruling family, the MacDermotts. Though mutilated during the 17th and 18th centuries when it was used to accommodate a military gar
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Church St, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon, Ireland
This Centre houses an Interpretative Display on Pagan Celtic Society in Pre-Christian Ireland, on the monuments of Rathcroghan and the Display also focuses on the epic tale of the Tàin Bò Cuailgne. There is also a Genealogical Centre for those who wish to
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Windmill Road, Elphin, Co. Roscommon, Ireland
This 18th Century windmill was perfectly located to harness the winds sweeping over the plains of Boyle. Unusual features are a thatched revolving roof and sails that are turned into the wind using cartwheels on a circular track.
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