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Donegal Castle's Basement
Ireland

The Donegal Castle was build in 15th century as a retangular keep with a Jacobian wing at the center of Donegal City in Ireland. For more than two centuries, the Donegal Castle was ruins but in late 1990 the building was restored and ornated with traditional forniture.

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Tags: castelo; castle; restaurado; restored; heritage; patrimonio; museu; museum; irlanda; ireland
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