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Carlow Culture
Summer`s events

Carlow Fringe Arts Festival 2021

The Carlow Fringe Arts Festival is annual event that encompasses painting, photography, crafts, print, art and music, that takes place in Carlow Town. The Carlow Fringe Arts Festival 2021 started from the 4th to the 12th of June. The festival runs over ten days, full of exhibitions, live music, poetry and storytelling as well as […]

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Carlow Attractions
Street Arts

Street art in Carlow Town (1)

June can be called the month of art and culture. In June we have Carlow Arts Festival. It is an annual multi-disciplinary arts festival takes place in Carlow and is the first of the summer arts festivals in Ireland. As part of this festival many street arts projects arose in Carlow Town, since 2014. Local […]

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Photos

Flowers of May

I’m a lover of taking photos of flowers. In May I visited a real flowers paradise which is Delta Sensory Gardens. I was delighted of amazing colors of flowers. Fabulous flowers was at Celtic walk at Delta Sensory Gardens. The Camissia on the avenue showing off its striking flowers. Flowers at Patio Garden delighted me […]

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Carlow Attractions
Churches

Cloydah Church

Cloydagh Church is a “Church of Ireland” church covering a small area around Clogrennan, Co. Carlow. Also known as Church of Saint John the Evangelist, Saint Johns Church of Ireland. The church was built at the expense of the late Board of First Fruits in 1803 and was reconstructed around 1870. It is one of […]

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Around Carlow
County Laois

Catholic Grotto to Our Lady Of Lourdes, Rossmore, Co. Laois

The year 1954 was declared by Pope Pius XII as ‘Marian Year’ and around Ireland hundreds of statues, shrines, chapels and grottos were erected, many of which can still be see on roadsides across the country. Today, on almost every road in the country you will see statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary, usually in […]

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Around Carlow
County Laois

Mass Rock, Killeshin, Co. Laois

The Irish name for a Mass Rock is Carraig an Aifrinn. A Mass Rock was a rock used as an altar in mid-17th century Ireland as a location for Catholic Mass. It is believed that there are hundreds if not thousands of Mass Rocks strewn all over the island of Ireland. Isolated locations were sought […]

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Photos

Beautiful Nature

It was amazing sunny day in March. I took the photos of this stunning nature place somewhere around Carlow Town. Amazing colors of blue sky and water. It give me a lot of happiness to see place like this. Nature is absolutely beautiful.

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Cafes, Pubs and Restaurant
Carlow Attractions

Barrow Brew

If you only will be on the area of Milford in County Carlow, you must try the coffee from Barrow Brew. It`s brilliant! Barrow Brew opened in the first week of March 2021 is a Mobile Coffee Box serving artisan coffee, tea, herbal teas, hot chocolates and daily treats. It`s a local owned business (run […]

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Photos

Carlow Town in bloom

In April, we have a great, vivid selection of blooms flowers in every colors including Anemones, Azaleas, Camelia, Daffodil, Fritillaria, Forget-Me-Nots, Gelder Rose, Hyacinths, Iris, Lilac, Muscari, Narcissi, Tulips and many more. I went for photowalks and took photos of the main attractions in Carlow Town from the perspective of flowers. Carlow County Council done […]

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Carlow Culture
Summer`s events

1st May International Workers’ Day Carlow 2021

International Workers’ Day in 2021 was on Saturday, the 1st of May. This year Carlow’s public buildings light up red this May Day to acknowledge the county’s workforce. Sites such as the Carlow Town Hall illuminated red on May 1st, which is traditionally known as workers day. (I found out about it form article in: […]

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Carlow Attractions
Castles

Clogrennane Castle

On the way to Clogrennan Wood you will see this beautiful arch lovely setting beside the River Barrow – this is Clogrennane Castle. Located about two miles distant from Carlow town. And this is one of the National Monument of Ireland in County Carlow. Clogrennane Castle was built by sometime in the 15th century in […]

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Carlow Attractions
Parks and Forests

Clogrennane Wood

Clogrennan Wood is a marvellous County Carlow woodland, one of the popular place listed under National Park in Carlow. It is an old woodland and has had forestry since the 1800’s. The predominant tree species include Beech, Spruce, Larch and Oak with vegetation consistent with that of an old woodland. Depending on the season, you`ll […]

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Carlow Attractions

Clonmelsh Graveyard – Burial Place of Walt Disney’s Ancestors

I recently discovered a real hidden treasure in County Carlow. It is an old graveyard in Clonmelsh near Tinryland in Co. Carlow. Clonmelsh Graveyard is a burial place of Walt Disney`s Ancestors as well as to the famous Butler family of Kilkenny Castle. Located only 8 km from Carlow Town and not far from Milford. […]

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Carlow Attractions
Photos

Carlow Lonely Tree

Carlow Lonely Tree is one of the most photographed tree in Carlow County. It is probably the second most Famous Tree in Co. Carlow after The Liberty Tree (located in the centre of the Carlow Town). This Famous Tree is called Carlow Lonely Tree because it stands alone among farmland, the only one and around […]

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