Clonmel, Ireland Photos

The prime feature of Clomel, Ireland is The Main Guard was built as a courthouse (1674) which was copied from a design by Sir Christopher Wren.

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The Main Guard was built as a courthouse copied from designs of Sir Christopher Wren. Clonmel, Ireland.Restored arcade of The Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.Detail of octagonal cupola & clock of the Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.Sarsfield streetscape with Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.
The Main Guard was built as a courthouse (1674) copied from designs of Sir Christopher Wren. Clonmel, Ireland.Restored arcade of The Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.Detail of octagonal cupola & clock of the Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.Sarsfield streetscape with Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.
Sarsfield streetscape beyond Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.The Main Guard at end of O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.Bar & restaurant on O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.NeoGothic building with arch over O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.
Sarsfield streetscape beyond Main Guard. Clonmel, Ireland.The Main Guard at end of O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.Bar & restaurant on O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.NeoGothic building (1831) with arch over O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.
Saints Peter and Paul's church tower over Gladstone Street. Clonmel, Ireland.Pub on O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.

Saints Peter and Paul's church tower over Gladstone Street. Clonmel, Ireland.Pub on O'Connell Street. Clonmel, Ireland.


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