Kilkenny town (Ireland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Built in the 16th century, itís purpose was to look after the poor. It is one of the only buildings of its kind in Ireland still standing. -The Tholsel on High Street which is now the City Hall. A beautiful limestone building, the front of which is an arcade, it was the marketplace. - Rothe House on Parliament Street, a Tudor townhouse which consists of 3 house with courtyards. Inside is the archaeological museum and library and genealogical centre. Open Monday to Saturday 10.30am to 5.00pm & Sun 3pm to 5pm. Closed 24th Dec to 2nd Jan. - the Black Abbey built in the 13th century for the Dominicans. - St. Francisí Abbey from the 13th... more
Customer Kilkenny town (Ireland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/05/06, updated on 10/05/06 (Very useful, 1075 readings)
I lived in Kilkenny for 6 years and itís a place that will always have a special place in my heart. My parents still live about 8 miles south of the town and this gives me the opportunity to go back (unfortunately only about once a year). Last year I sent an extremely stressed Italian friend of mine to stay with my parents. I sent her a message asking her to describe Kilkenny city. She replied ďalive, colourful, sweet, fascinating and romantic. Kilkenny, which was one of Irelandís most important medieval cities, is full of history and whispers from the past. It gives the impression of a young, modern city as you approach it, but the nearer you draw ... Read the complete review
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