Rothe House, Kilkenny, Ireland
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Rothe House, Kilkenny, Ireland

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A: Rothe House

by Tomek Bialek, 30 meters away

Rothe House & Garden, a historic house in Kilkenny in the South East of Ireland, is the only exam...

Rothe House

B: St. Mary's Cathedral, Kilkenny

by Tomek Bialek, 200 meters away

St. Mary’s is the Roman Catholic cathedral for the Diocese of Ossory. It is situated on James’s Stree...

St. Mary's Cathedral, Kilkenny

C: Ravens Rock Rally

by Marek Szarejko, 270 meters away

The 2011 Ravens Rock Rally will again be located in Kilkenny. The rally moved to the Marble City twel...

Ravens Rock Rally

D: Saint Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, Ireland

by Krzysztof Bialek, 300 meters away

Saint Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, Ireland

E: St Canice's Cathedral

by Tomek Bialek, 310 meters away

St Canice’s Cathedral and Round Tower are an essential part of the structural heritage in the vibrant...

St Canice's Cathedral

F: Left Bank

by Krzysztof Bialek, 450 meters away

Left Bank

G: Left Bank Pub

by Tomek Bialek, 460 meters away

Left Bank, former Bank of Ireland was constructed in 1870 to a design by Sandham Symes. The Building ...

Left Bank Pub

H: Langton Hotel, Kilkenny

by Tomek Bialek, 460 meters away

Established in 1938 by Ned & Bridget Langton as a bar offering food, beverages and bedrooms for w...

Langton Hotel, Kilkenny

I: Pembroke Hotel Kilkenny

by Tomek Bialek, 600 meters away

View from the roof of the hotel

Pembroke Hotel Kilkenny

J: Castle yard, Kilkenny city.

by Brian Dwyer, 630 meters away

the wonderful castle yard in kilkenny just opposite the kilkenny castle,which was owned by the butler...

Castle yard, Kilkenny city.

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