The largest medieval fortress in Ireland. The fortress was built in 1173 Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath.
Abbey in County Galway, on the shores of Kylemore Lough. It was built in the Gothic revival style during Mitchell Henry in 1868.
Built in the XIII the Cistercian Abbey, located in the Northern part of the Burren region in County Clare.
Prehistoric stone Fort in County Donegal in Ireland, restored in the XIX century. The Fort was built in the bronze age, around 1700 BC.
The Abbey was founded in 1147, however, the majority of the rest currently come from the ruins of the XV century.