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Saint Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral

This is a most curious example of a very important building which changes both architect, and architectural style, half way up the walls.

Saint Malachys Church

Saint Malachys Church

The Church was designed by Thomas Jackson of Waterford and it is in the ecclesiastical style of the Tudor period. Saint Malachy’s Church is regarded as one of the finest examples of Tudor Revival churches in Ireland.

St. Eugenes Cathedral Derry City

St. Eugenes Cathedral Derry City

Built to the designs of JJ McCarthy in 1873 in a sparse Gothic style. The six-bay nave arcades are supported on octagonal shafts, with a clerestory, aisles and a short chancel flanked by north and south side chapels.

Downpatrick First Presbyterian Non-Subscribing Church

Downpatrick First Presbyterian Non-Subscribing Church

One of Downpatrick’s architectural gems.

Sinclair Seaman’s Presbyterian Church

Sinclair Seaman’s Presbyterian Church

Step inside Belfast’s dedicated maritime place of Worship officially opened in October 1857. For over 150 years this splendid congregation continues to shine it’s light over the docklands of Belfast and acts as a safe haven for those in need of spiritual peace.

Newtownards Priory

Newtownards Priory

Newtownards Priory was a medieval Dominican priory founded by the Savage family around 1244 in the town of Newtownards, County Down, Northern Ireland. These substantial remains are the only ones of their type in Northern Ireland.

Nendrum Monastic Site

Nendrum Monastic Site

Nendrum Monastery was founded with the blessing of St Patrick, and was at its prime in the year 1000. It is a magic spot, a beautiful island accessible by bridges, with dry stone walls, heavenly views and a guide & site display.

Inch Abbey

Inch Abbey

These extensive remains are of a Cistercian Abbey founded in 1180, by John de Courcy, who led the 1177 Anglo-Norman invasion of East Ulster. It is set in a beautiful location beside the River Quoile, with distant views towards de Courcy’s Cathedral town of Downpatrick.

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