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Rothe House
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Rothe House & Garden, a historic house in Kilkenny in the South East of Ireland, is the only example of an early 17th century merchant’s townhouse in Ireland. It is an important element of Kilkenny’s heritage. Rothe House is the centre for Irish genealogy in Kilkenny city and county, and you can research your Kilkenny family history with us. Built between 1594 and 1610, Rothe House is steeped in rich local and national history and a visit is high on the list of things to do in Kilkenny.
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