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1830c – Strancally Castle, Co. Waterford

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Architect: George Pain

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Lewis in his Topographical Dictionary refers to Strancally Castle as “a modern castle, seat of J. Keily” in 1837. It stands in front of the original ruin of a Desmond castle, which contained an infamous murdering hole, which dispatched those who incurred the wrath of a Desmond to the river below. Still existing today, it was recently restored.

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