Religious Sites in Dublin Environs

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Religious Sites in Dublin Environs

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Glendalough
Nestled in a lush, quiet valley deep in the rugged Wicklow Mountains...
Religious Sites Glendalough
 
Knockabbey Castle and Gardens
When the weather's good, Knockabbey Castle and Gardens is perfect...
Religious Sites Louth
 
Mellifont Abbey
On the eastern banks of the River Mattock, which creates a natural...
Religious Sites Mellifont Abbey
 
Muireadach Cross
Dating to AD 923, the Muireadach Cross stands nearly 20 feet...
Religious Sites Monasterboice
 
Newtown Abbey
East of Trim on the banks of the River Boyne, Newtown contains...
Religious Sites Trim
 
Protestant Church
Between the River Vartry and the road to Dublin stands the Protestant...
Religious Sites Wicklow Town
 
St. Brigid's Cathedral
The Church of Ireland St. Brigid's Cathedral is where the eponymous...
Religious Sites Kildare Town
 
St. Colmcille's House
Similar in appearance to St. Kevin's Church at Glendalough and...
Religious Sites Kells
 
St. Columba's
Four elaborately carved High Crosses stand in the church graveyard...
Religious Sites Kells
 
St. Mary's Church
Built in 1839, St. Mary's Church has a late-18th-century wood...
Religious Sites Navan
 
St. Mary's Church of Ireland
Parts of a 13th-century Carmelite church burned by Edward the...
Religious Sites Ardee
 
St. Mochta's House
Standing at the center of the village is the excellently preserved...
Religious Sites Louth
 
St. Patrick's Cathedral
This church dates from early in the 19th century, but the square...
Religious Sites Trim
 
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Built between 1835 and 1847, this grand cathedral was designed...
Religious Sites Dundalk
 
St. Peter's
A severe church within an enclosed courtyard, the 18th-century...
Religious Sites Drogheda
 
St. Peter's Church
The Gothic-Revival Roman Catholic St. Peter's Church houses the...
Religious Sites Drogheda
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