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Abbey of the Four Masters (The Abbey), Donegal Town
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Abbey of the Four Masters (The Abbey) is located in Donegal Town. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Donegal Town holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Abbey of the Four Masters (The Abbey) and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • If Park you your car in front of the tourist office, take a walk to the bottom to find a cemetery in ruins of an old Abbey. With the water at the bottom of screen you can make worthy of a postcard pictures.
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  • There isn't much of the Abbey still standing, but there is enough to get the feel of the place. There are graves in all conditions & ages; some so old you can't read them others just weeks old. But th...  more »
  • I have been a teacher of project (urban) who told us that if we wanted to really know a place, it was essential to visit the cemetery and its market to understand how this population. The cemetery of the ancient Abbey of Donegal us gives a bit of information, above all if you read the graves, some of them of the 1700.
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