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Ballymascanlon, Dundalk , Co. Louth, Ireland
Located in the grounds of the Ballymascanlon Hotel, off the N1, outside Dundalk, this enormous Dolmen, with 40 ton (40,000kg) capstown, dates from the Neolithic period.
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Knockbridge , Co. Louth, Ireland
Situated 3.5km (2 miles) southwest of Dundalk, the pond and fishery consists of 2 hectares (5 acres) of natural woodland, grassland, willow copse, water meadow and pond habitats and is packed with bird and animal wildlife.
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St. Peter' Church, Drogheda , Co. Louth, Ireland, A92 A068
The national Shrine of Saint Oliver Plunkett is in this imposing church. It contains the preserved head of the Saint who was martyred at Tyburn in England for his faith in 1681.
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Beaulieu, Drogheda , Co. Louth, Ireland
Located 2 miles east of Drogheda on the road to Baltray, this is a statley home of considerable importance. Originally a Jacobean manor house constructed in 1628, the elegant garden is open to the public at set times during the year.
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Carlingford , Co. Louth, Ireland, A91 YK66
Housed in a beautifully restored medieval Church, the exhibits show the development of Carlingford from its Norman origins.
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Jocelyn St, Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland, A91 TW22
Magnificent museum housed in a restored 18th century warehouse, the four floors space contain exhibits detailing the natural and industrial history of County Louth. Located below the famous Martello Tower and located in a former Officer's Mess built in 18
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Monasterboice, Collon, Co. Louth, Ireland
Here you can see the site of Ancient Monastery founded by Saint Buite, who died in 521. Famous for its high crosses and round tower. The splendid Muiredeach's Cross is the most richly decorated of its kind in Ireland, and not to be missed.
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Tullyallen, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland, A92 K682
The first Cistercian monastery in Ireland established in 1142 by St. Malachy of Armagh. Its most unusual feature is its octogonal lavabo c 1200. A visitor centre contains an interesting exhibition on the work of masons in the middle ages with excellent ex
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