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Named after a rebel scout who was beheaded here on 31st May 1798, but whose bravery saved c. 1000 men on Blackmore Hill.
The Hill of Tara is Ireland's most revered ancient landscape, a place where monuments, myths and memories combine to create an icon of national identity.
Tara was the chief pagan sanctuary of early Ireland, an arena for ceremony, burial and rit…
This Napoleonic anchor and chain from the French frigate Romaine has connections with Napoleon's failed invasion to assist the Irish in the 1798 rebellion, Irish patriot Wolfe Tone's arrest and subsequent death and in later years Admiral Horatio N…
The Cunard Liner, torpedoed and sunk by U Boat U20 off the Cork Coast on 7th May, 1915,
With the loss of 1198 lives.
Many survivors and dead were brought ashore here.
170 of the victims were buried in the nearby
Clonmel (Old Church) Cemetery.
This area has been a place of worship and burial from Celtic times to the present day. The great diversity of history and culture of Cobh is reflected on the many headstones and epitaphs of those interred here among them, Jack Doyle, Dr. James Roc…
Cove Fort was built by Vice-Admiral Malcolm, the first Naval Commander of the Navy garrison in Cobh, in the mid 18th Century as a fortification for the garrison. The Fort comprised of a barracks, with 3 tiers of twenty four pounder guns …
Annie Moore and her brothers Anthony and Philip embarked from this town on 20 December, 1891 on the S.S. Nevada. Annie was the first person to be admitted to the United States of America through the new immigration centre at Ellis Island, New York…
Ireland's National Monument
to the Fighting 69th Regiment &
Brigadier General Michael Corcoran
The Honourable Major Michael R. Bloomberg
New York City
22 August 2006
John Perry T.D
Ballymore Community Enterprise Lt…
We sent you our starving and our evicted
you gave them freedom and opportunity
You sounded the call of arms
We answered with loyalty and courage
We gave service, limb and life
To the honour and lasting memory of Irish emigrants
BRIDE PARK COTTAGE
MAJOR GENERAL PATRICK RONAYNE CLEBURNE
Confederate States of America
Born March 17, 1828
Killed Nov. 30, 1864
BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE
Erected by Cleburne's Brigade
March 17, 1994