Sights & Attractions in The Southeast

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Sights & Attractions The Southeast

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Ballyhack Castle
The gray-stone keep of Ballyhack Castle dates from the 16th century...
Castles / Palaces Ballyhack
 
Ballyteigue Burrow
Stretching for 8 km (5 miles), Ballyteigue Burrow is one of the...
Nature Preserves Kilmore Quay
 
Bishop's Palace
Among the most imposing of the city's remaining Georgian town...
Houses / Mansions Waterford City
 
Black Abbey
With a stained-glass, carved-stone interior that seems right...
Religious Sites Kilkenny City
 
Black Castle
Poetically mirrored in the waters of the River Barrow and framed...
Archaeological Sites Leighlinbridge
 
Blackfriars Abbey
This ruined tower belonged to a Dominican abbey that was founded...
Religious Sites Waterford City
 
Cahir Castle
The unavoidable focal point of the town, Cahir Castle is dramatically...
Castles / Palaces Cahir
 
Cashel Heritage Centre
In the same building as the tourism office, the Cashel Heritage...
Information Centers Cashel
 
Cathedral of St. Declan and Round Tower
There's a story behind every ruin you pass in Ireland; behind...
Archaeological Sites Ardmore
 
Christ Church Cathedral
Lovers of Georgian decorative arts will want to visit this late-18th-century...
Religious Sites Waterford City
 
City Quays
A good place to begin a tour of Waterford City, the City Quays...
Promenades / Boardwalks Waterford City
 
Commodore John Barry Statue
In the center of Crescent Quay, this large bronze statue commemorates...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue) Wexford Town
 
Curracloe Beach
Steven Spielberg filmed the terrifyingly gory D-Day landing scenes...
Beaches Wexford Town
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