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Kings Island and St. Mary's Parish

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A very historic destination

King's Island, with St Mary's Cathedral and King John's Castle on it, is the focal point of... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2017
BluebirdOverRainbow
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Sydney, Australia
Lots to see in this quaint part of Limerick City

If one starts at St Mary's Cathedral and walks towards King John's Castle on Nicholas street they... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2011
fionakiely
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Limerick
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4 Mar 2017
“A very historic destination”
26 Dec 2016
“Medieval Quarter of Limerick”
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Reviewed 5 March 2017

King's Island, with St Mary's Cathedral and King John's Castle on it, is the focal point of Limerick's tourism. The visitor gets a good appreciation of medieval Irish history especially Ireland's relationship with England and Europe of the time by visiting the cathedral and the...More

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Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

The Kings Island Medieval Quarter of Limerick contains a wonderful heritage. Nicholas Street, the city's old Main Street connects most of the sights including the Bishops Palace, king John's Castle, St Mary's Cathedral from 1772, old Alms Houses and the remains of the City Exchange....More

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Reviewed 8 August 2011

If one starts at St Mary's Cathedral and walks towards King John's Castle on Nicholas street they will arrive at Castle and The Bishops Palace across the street. It is then a lovely stroll (anti-clockwise loop) down past Castle Antiques to Thomond Bridge and the...More

5  Thank fionakiely
Reviewed 10 June 2006

Have you seen trainspotting? This is not a tourist spot.

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