Bagenalstown Heritage Trial

Carlow Attractions
Graveyards

Dunleckney Parish Chuchyard

I recently discovered beautiful old churchyard called Dunleckney Parish Chuchyard. Dunleckney – Dun Leicne – Fort of the Flagstones – also known as – Fort of the Hillside. A parish in the barony of Idrone East, County Carlow. This place which is situated near the river Barrow, was anciently the seat of the Kavanaghs, Kings […]

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Carlow Attractions
Castles
Must visit place in Carlow
National Monument

Ballymoon Castle

Out of hundreds of ruined castles across Ireland, Ballymoon Castle is one of the more unique and mysterious. It is situated in the Barrow Valley, approximately 2 miles (3 km) east of Muine Bheag (Bagenalstown), County Carlow, Ireland. Ballymoon Castle is located only 3,8 km from Ballyloughan Castle. Like many other Irish castles, Ballymoon has […]

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Carlow Attractions
Castles
National Monument

Ballyloughan Castle

Ballyloughan Castle is a ruined castle and National Monument of Ireland. Located in County Carlow near Bagenalstown. Today, a twin-towered gatehouse, the hall and foundations of one of the corner towers, dating to about 1300 remain. Ballyloughan`s gatehouse, which protected the entrance to the castle, is one of the finest example of its type in […]

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Carlow Attractions
Churches

St Andrew’s Church, Bagenalstown

St. Andrew’s Church is a Roman Catholic Church located in the town of Muine Bheag (also known as Bagenalstown) in County Carlow. Muine Bheag is a Parish in the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin. Built to replace the old Catholic Church at Dunleckney, St Andrew’s Church opened on Christmas Day 1820 on a site provided […]

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