Monasterboice


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Monasterboice

(mŏn'əstərbois`), village, Co. Louth, E Republic of Ireland. It is one of the oldest monastic sites in Ireland, established near the end of the 5th cent. There are ruins of a round tower, two churches, and ancient crosses.
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Benny had lined out with the Louth senior team and was still a top player with the Naomh Mairtin club from Monasterboice just outside Drogheda.
Gardai have appealed for information after claims an item, possibly a petrol bomb, was thrown through a window of the bungalow in Old Road, Monasterboice, Co Louth, at around 2am.
Itinerary: Dublin, Newgrange, Tara, Glendalough, Kildare, Monasterboice, Kells, Saul, Downpatrick, and others.
Mitchell, from Monasterboice Road, Crumlin had pleaded guilty to the robbery of pounds 52,109 in cash from businessman Daniel McCagney at the Tallaght by-pass on December 12 last year.
Kevin's cave at Glendelough, the Celtic crosses at Monasterboice, the Gallerus Oratory, a tiny stone church away out on the West Coast that dated back to the time of St.
The most atmospheric of Eire's cemetery collection is Monasterboice in County Louth.
The court heard both Alan, of Hazelbury Park, Clonee, Co Meath, and Stephen, of Monasterboice Road, Crumlin, South Dublin, were wearing wader boots and rain jackets and Stephen also had a dust mask.
William Hoyne, 52, from Brownstown, Monasterboice, Co Louth, was at home with his wife Shirley on Friday night when three armed men called to the house at 9pm.
The women were heading towards Dublin to meet Tara's boyfriend when the accident happened near Monasterboice.
The judges described the food on offer throughout Boyne Valley, which includes Newgrange, the Hill Of Tara, Trim Castle and Monasterboice as "outstanding".
They are: Beaulieu, Baltray, Dromin, Blackrock, Greenore, Grangebellow, Kilcurly, Jenkinstown, Mullincross, Monasterboice, Readypenny, Newtown Monasterboice, Smarmore, Stabannan and Stifyans.
Itinerary: Gledalough, Kildare, Newgrange, Tara, Trinity College (Book of Kells) and National Museum in Dublin, High Crosses at Monasterboice and Moone, Cmhd, Gougane Barra, Skellig, Michael, others.

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