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Vanishing country houses of Ireland

Glin , Desmond Fitz-Gerald Knight of

Vanishing country houses of Ireland

by Glin , Desmond Fitz-Gerald Knight of

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Published by The Irish Architectural Archive and The Irish Georgian Society in [Dublin] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementthe Knight of Glin, David J. Griffin, Nicholas K. Robinson.
ContributionsGriffin, David J., Robinson, Nicholas K.
The Physical Object
Pagination161p. incl. illus
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21918278M
ISBN 100948018046

Castle Oliver (also Clonodfoy) is a Victorian mock castle in the south part of County Limerick, for entertaining rather than for defense, it has a ballroom, drawing room, library, morning room, dining room and hall which feature hand-painted ceilings, decorated ornamental corbels, superbly executed stained glass windows and stencil work. The Irish Aesthete. 3, likes talking about this. The Irish Aesthete: dedicated to celebrating all that is beautiful about Ireland's architectural heritage and landscape. See: Followers: K.

  The best illustrated histories and coffee table books about Ireland and the Irish. It’s no secret that Ireland is a photogenic country, so there are many glossy coffee table books published every year showcasing our gilded country houses, unbelievably tall cliffs, crumbling castles, and scenic vistas. Buy Vanishing Country Houses of Ireland, Oxfam, The Knight of Glin, Griffin David J & Robinson Nicholas K. A beautiful copy of this book, in very good condition and with a plethora of photographs chronicling the decline and demise of these wonderful houses. Item details.

In an extract from Robert O'Byrne's new book The Irish Aesthete, we look at the fantastical ruins of Ireland's once grand country houses The chapel and graveyard at Carbury in County Kildare. In , German writer and geographer Johann Georg Kohl . Monivea Castle is a former O'Kelly tower house, located near Monivea in County Galway, Ireland. It was acquired by the ffrench family, one of the fourteen Tribes of Galway, who developed it further, enhancing the lands and building the Monivea Castle—all increasing the fortification around the original Norman tower.. Monivea Castle in its prime in , occup acres Coordinates: 53°22′00″N 8°41′00″W .


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