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Cahir, Ireland

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The dominant feature of traffic-clogged Cahir, 18km south of Cashel, is its castle (daily: mid-March to mid-June & mid-Sept to mid-Oct 9.30am–5.30pm; mid-June to mid-Sept 9am–7pm; mid-Oct to mid-March 9.30am–4.30pm; last admission 45min before closing; € 2.90; Heritage Card; Web: www.heritageireland.ie ), surrounded by the waters of the River Suir at the western entrance to the town. Cahir itself means "fort" in Irish and the town grew up around its thirteenth-century Anglo-Norman stronghold, though much, including the restored outer walls, dates from more …
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