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Bunratty Castle
Ireland

The Bunratty Castle is a large medieval tower house in Count Clare, Ireland. The castle had your construction started about 1270 and it had and important role in the Shannon history. Actually the castle was complete restaured and in his interior it is possible to see autentical forniture of 15th and 16th century.

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Tags: castelo; castle; park; parque; medieval
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