Clonmel is the county town of County Tipperary in Ireland and is the largest town in the county. The town is noted in Irish history for its resistance to the Cromwellian army which sacked both Drogheda and Wexford.
Carndonagh on the Inishowen peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland. The town lies close to the shores of Trawbeaga Bay. Carndonagh is the site of the Donagh Cross, which belonged to an early Christian monastery founded by St.
Taaffe's Castle is in Carlingford, a coastal town in northern County Louth, Ireland. It is a fortified town house that belonged to the rich mercantile Taaffe family who became Earls of Carlingford in 1661. The construction suggests two phases—the main tower built in the early 16th century while the extension to the side occurred later.
Dunguaire Castle is a 16th-century tower house on the southeastern shore of Galway Bay in County Galway, Ireland, near Kinvarra (also spelled Kinvara). The name derives from the Dun of King Guaire, the legendary king of Connacht. The castle's 75-foot tower and its defensive wall have been restored.