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    Meelick Friary - 335 Miles
    Originally founded as a Franciscan abbey, the church and sacristy are still in use today. The ruins…Similar
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    Portumna Castle - 339 Miles
    The great semi-fortified house at Portumna was built before 1618 by Richard Burke or de Burgo, 4th …Similar
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    Portumna Friary - 339 Miles
    Friary ruins founded in 1426AD.Similar
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    Clontuskert Priory - 342 Miles
    The first monastery on this site was founded by St. Baedan, who died around 809. The Augustinians s…Similar
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    Derrycarne - 345 Miles
    At this site there are viewing points, picnic sites and walking trails. This wood cosists of beech,…Similar
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    Loughrea Bathing Place - 354 Miles (9.9)
    An inland bathing area on the shores of Loughrea lake.Similar
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    Loughrea Priory - 354 Miles
    Ruins of a Priory built in the 1300s.Similar
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    This Energy Centre provides visitors with a unique insight into what coal mining life was like in t…Similar
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    Knockranny - 358 Miles
    At this site there are waymarked trails, viewing points, Holy Wells, Crannogs, Ring Forts a Tomb an…Similar
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    Glenfarne Wood - 358 Miles
    At this site there are waymarked trails, viewing points, picnic sites and walking trails. There is …Similar
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    Lough Key Forest Park - 359 Miles
    Lough Key Forest Park is an 800 hectare park. At this site there are waymarked trails, viewing poin…Similar
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    Boyle Abbey - 361 Miles
    An impressive and well preserved Cistercian Monastery which was founded in the 12th century under t…Similar
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    Monivea Forest - 363 Miles
    This forest has Historic buildings and Walking Trails.Similar
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    Coole Park - 363 Miles
    Coole Park, now a nature reserve, was once the home of Lady Gregory, dramatist, folklorist and co-f…Similar
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    Athenry Castle - 363 Miles
    Athenry is one of the most notable medieval walled towns surviving in Ireland, owing its foundation…Similar
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    Athenry Priory - 363 Miles
    Ruins of a priory founded in 1241AD.Similar
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    Modern day Athenry retains many of its medieval buildings and features and the award-winning Athenr…Similar
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    Kilmacduagh monastery - 364 Miles
    The 7th century Saint Colman, son of Duagh, established a monastery on land given him by his cousin…Similar
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    Carrowkeel Cairn - 366 Miles
    This megalithic cemetery is superbly situated on limestone ridges in different townlands, of which …Similar
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    Knockmoy Abbey - 366 Miles
    Abbey knockmoy (Irish: Mainistir Chnoc Muaidhe, meaning "Abbey of Muaidhs Hill") is a village and p…Similar
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    Heapstown Cairn - 366 Miles
    It is claimed that the Heapstown Cairn, is almost 200 feet in diameter and almost 20 feet tall, it …Similar
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    Creevelea Friary - 368 Miles
    Creevelea Friary was founded in 1508 and was in use until the 17th century when the Franciscans wer…Similar
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    Slish Wood - 371 Miles
    At this site there are viewing points, picnic sites and walking trailsSimilar
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    Claregalway Friary - 372 Miles
    The abbey site features a typical, east-facing, cruciform church (minus a south transept) with a 24…Similar
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    Eagles Flying - 372 Miles
    Experience some of the biggest birds of prey in the world flying right over your head or landing ne…Similar
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