The Beauty That Surrounds Us

Kilfinane: Points of Interest

1. The Moat

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2. Town Centre

3. Market House

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4. Captain’s Lane

5. Staker Wallace monument

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6. Roche’s Castle

Listed as LI048-057—- on the National Monuments Service

7. Maple Ballroom

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8. St. Andrews Church

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9. Protestant Church ruin

Listed as LI048-058—- on the National Monuments Service

10. St. Andrews Church of Ireland

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11. Marian Shrine

12. The Mill

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13. Lady’s Well

14. Ballyriggan Wood – earthwork with pillar stones

Listed as LI048-065001- on the National Monuments Service

 

Magners Mountain: Points of Interest

 

Glenbrohane: Points of Interest

1. The Ballyhoura Way

2. Two Wind turbines

3. The Pinnacle on top of the Sliabh Riagh mountain

4. Mass Rock

5. St. Patrick’s church Glenbrohane, built in 1819

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6. All year-round Crib in the church wall

7. The Grotto

8. The Hub

9. Glenbrohane Community Hall and Wellness garden

10. Laraghlawe graveyard

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11. Holy well, Tobereendoney (Sunday’s Well)

Kevin Danaher’s Holy Wells of Limerick (1955) gives the following information: ‘In the townland of Ballyfroota, it is a small well in a little grove of whitethorn trees, which overhang the well. Rounds are still made, but not very often. Rags are still hung on the bushes as offerings’.

12. The Jean Kennedy/Smith stone in memory of all the people who died or emigrated
during the Great Famine

13. Ogham stone with its ogham writing which gives the names Maelagni, Magui, Gamati

Listed as LI049-112—- on the National Monuments Service

14. Ballingarry graveyard

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15. Ballingarry Moat, excavated by John Hunt and local people in 1949 to 1951.

16. Ballylanders bog

17. Duntryleague Passage tomb – Darby’s Bed

Listed as LI049-077—- on the National Monuments Service

18. Ballinvreena Hall

 

Ballyorgan: Points of Interest

1. Keale River & Molanna Loop Walk

2. Castle Oliver gate lodge

3. Natural environment – Buzzards etc

4. Kilflynn church

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5. Glenosheen – home of the Joyce brothers

Detailed article by Mannix Joyce

6. Castle H (Oliver’s Folly)

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7. Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trails

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Glenroe: Points of Interest

1. Keale River & Molanna Loop Walk

2. Glenroe village

3. GAA field

4. Darragh Creamery

5. Galtymore

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6. Story of Peter O’Neill Crowley

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7. Glenroe Community Centre

 

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