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Raphoe Castle county Donegal Ireland

Raphoe Castle was built in 1630 for the bishops and was ruined in the 17th century. A spot to look at if you are passing through County Donegal. It is a ruin and you can enter the ruins
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This located in the town of Raphoe parking is close to the entrance. This entrance is through the bushes so you may have to search a little then up a small incline and over a part of the wall [quite easy to get over] this acts as a gate to stop the cows getting out then you can wander round the ruin
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Daytime during fall

08:07 18:23
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54°52'22.6656" N 7°35'52.1828" W
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Thank you Donovan Callaghan for creating this photo spot.
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