This little unassuming town reveals nothing of the momentous battle which was fought there on the hills above it. It was here at Oldbridge that the Protestant forces of King Willaim of Orange crossed the Boyne to attack the Catholic forces of King James 2, the exiled king of England.
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Oldbridge, Co. Meath, Ireland
Site of the Battle of the Boyne, an important date in Irish history, between the Williamite and Jacobite forces, in July 1690.