Dungiven Priory

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Dungiven Priory: The ancient Augustian Priory was founded by the O'Cahan Clan in 1100AD and occupies a pictorial site 200ft above the RiverRoe. The chancel contains the ornate 15th century tomb of Cooey-na-gall, a local O'Cahan Chieftan, who died in 1385. It is considered one of the grandest tombs of its kind in Northern Ireland.

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County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, UK, Europe
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Ocahans Tomb

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Located off the main A6 Dungiven to Belfast road on the right hand side

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Address: Dungiven Priory and O'Cahan's Tomb, Dungiven, Northern Ireland, UK
Phone: +44 28 7772 2074
Email: historicbuildings@doeni.gov.uk

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