Carlow College

Carlow Culture
Spring`s events

St. Patrick’s Day Carlow 2021

This year the famous landmarks (St. Patrick’s Carlow College and VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art & The George Bernard Shaw Theatre) in Carlow Town turned green for St. Patrick’s Day. For the second successive year Covid-19 and its related restrictions ruling out parades, festivals and even the smallest of gatherings. But all over the world, […]

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Carlow Attractions
Towns and Village

Top 10 Attractions of Carlow Town

Carlow (irish Ceatharlach) is the county town of County Carlow, in the south-east of Ireland, 84 km from Dublin. The M9 motorway means Carlow is about an hour’s drive from Dublin. From where comes name of Carlow? The name is an anglicisation of the Irish Ceatharlach. Historically, it was anglicised as Caherlagh, Caterlagh and Catherlagh, […]

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Carlow Attractions
Top 10 of Carlow Town

St. Patrick’s Carlow College

Carlow College known locally as St. Patrick’s College, is Ireland’s second oldest university-level institution. Founded in 1782, it has a distinguished history as a college of teaching and research in the Humanities. The college is located in the heart of Carlow on College Street – in the park of the eighteenth century, on the one […]

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Autumn`s events
Carlow Culture

Carlow Town Walking Tour, Mensana Fest 2018

Saturday October 13th, as part of the Mensana Festival, took place a 2-hour walking tour of Carlow Town. That was a Historical Trail around Carlow Town for Mensana Fest, Carlow’s Mental Health Festival. This is the 10th year of Mensana organised by Carlow Mental Health Association (CMHA). This annual festival promotes positive mental health. Getting […]

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