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The Magazine Show - At Home and Abroad Streams Daily at 8am & 1pm (EST)

Jul 11 2021 - Jul 17 2021

It is also available in the archives section.

Jill Cousins; Tim O'Connell; Sean Davoren



The Hunt Museum preserves and exhibits the original artefacts gathered, over a life time, by John and Gertrude Hunt and known as the Hunt Collection. The Museum also displays its own collections, as well as visiting exhibitions of Local, National and International significance with the overall aim of maximising their cultural and educational potential for the people of Limerick and Ireland.

The Cathedral of Saint Mary Blessed Virgin has had a long and eventful history. It was founded in 1168 on the site of a palace donated by Donal Mor O'Brien King of Munster. Experts believe that parts of the palace are incorporated into the present structure of the Cathedral.

The most prominent is the West Door which tradition has it was the main entrance to the palace. The palace had been built on the site of the Viking meeting house. This had been the centre of government in the early medieval Viking city.

The Cathedral has seen many changes as the city expanded around it and it remains today the oldest and most historic building in Limerick.
   
Caherconnell is located in the heart of the Burren UNESCO Geopark and is owned and run by the Davoren family who have lived in this area for over 1000 years. A site of international archaeological importance, Caherconnell was inhabited up to the late 16th century. Finds uncovered during excavations of the site indicate that this was a high-status settlement and include jewellery, glass from Venice, and amber from the Baltic.

Today, Caherconnell Stone Fort is one of the Burren’s premier tourist destinations and attracts visitors from all over Ireland and the world. Through interaction with expert local staff the traditions and heritage of Caherconnell are brought to life for the visitor.

Situated in the heart of the Burren, 30 minutes drive from the Cliffs of Moher and Ireland’s stunning Wild Atlantic Way, this unique Irish ring fort offers you the opportunity to explore an exceptionally well preserved example of an ancient Irish stone fort.

From generation to generation, stone lined pathways and drystone walls have been crafted with care. The ancient pathways will guide you around this prehistoric site as archaeologists work to unearth the secrets held within their magnificent walls.