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Kilkenny Reviews, Ireland

 
    's mapPlanning a trip to Kilkenny, Ireland? Unless it's not your first visit there, it's sure you have a ton of questions you want to ask about the whats, wheres and whos of Kilkenny. Well, you're in luck, because we have an incredibly helpful community of veteran travelers that often share their experiences in the locations they visit and we have a couple of these user-written reviews on Kilkenny as well. You can check them out below and remember, if you want additional information on Kilkenny or any other destination, feel free to ask our team about it or post a question in our forum section.

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Recent reviews for Kilkenny

The best town in Ireland - Apr 6, 2009, by Wazling
Well known city, because of the beer with the same name. The town is a normal irish place, but it offers some pieces of history for example, that are worth a visit. They have a beautiful medieval castle, it is well preserved. You can also... Read more »

Go to Kilkenny during the summer - Feb 26, 2009, by jeholleran
I love Kilkenny, while it is crowded in the Summer, it is a perfect place to visit. It is really very small, but there are many things to do and admire. You can go to small hops to buy nice pieces of handycraft. There are many lovely places... Read more »

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Donegal History

In 1474, an O’Donnell chief commissioned the building of Donegal Castle. It still stands today and is remembered as one of the most beautiful Gaelic castles in all of Ireland. He and his wife also commissioned the building of a Franciscan Abbey in that same year. It is said that the “Annals of the Four Masters”, a chronology of Irish history, began in the Donegal abbey. One of the most famous of the O’Donnell’s is Red Hugh O’Donnell, the Lord of Tyrconnell. Several books and films have been made based on his life. He led a revolt against the English crown known as the Nine Years War. The revolt was not... Read more »

 
 
 

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