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Ireland Trim Castle across the River Boyne

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Trim Castle was the first and largest castle built by the Normans--Hugh De Lacy and his son, Walter (1173 - 1224). Much of the keep and some of the ramparts remain today. The remains of St. Mary's Abby are there too, They provide many photo opportunities.

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Trim is a major tourist destination easily reached by car, bike and public transportation. It is about an hour north east of Dublin. There are many B&Bs and restaurants in town. Trim Castle is a park like setting with the river Boyne running through it.
Crowd Factor Lots of people
Best Timing Summer
Sunrise & Sunset 08:20 - 16:13 | current local time: 19:30
Locations TrimCounty Meath
Photo Themes Historic Irish Castles
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