Inchcleraun Monastic Site
Inchcleraun Monastic Site, also known as Quaker Island, is a beautiful island located in Lough Ree – one of three lakes on the River Shannon.
The island is named after Clothra, who was the sister of
St Mels Old Cathedral Ardagh
St Mels Old Cathedral Ardagh is one of the most important ecclesiastical sites in Longford is the ruin of St Mel’s church in Ardagh village, located in the graveyard of St. Patrick’s Church of Ire
Saint Patrick's Church, Lyanmore, Ardagh, Co. Longford, Ireland
Saints Island is located on the southeastern shore of Lough Ree, south of the village of Newtowncashel. A narrow causeway connects the island to the mainland.
The island is a rich habitat and breeding ground for
AbbeyShrule Cistercian Abbey
AbbeyShrule Cistercian Abbey, The ‘Abbey of Shrule’ in its present form was colonised by the Cistercians from Mellifont Abbey under the patronage of the O’Farrells of Annaly, although there may
Abbeylara Cistercian Abbey
Abbeylara Cistercian Abbey is located 3.5km south-west of the town of Granard. Like many other monasteries in Longford, the abbey was likely to have been built on the site of a much earlier Christian ch
Augustinian Canons Regular
The Abbeyderg Abbey was founded before 1216 (during the reign of King John) probably by Gormgall O\'Quinn; raised to abbey status after 1487; dissolved 1540; occupied by John O\'Ferral,