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Irish Doonagore Castle
Drawing - Pen
Bic Pen Sketch: Doonagore Castle (Ireland)
Doonagore Castle is a 16th-century tower house located about 1 km south of the coastal village of Doolin in County Clare, Ireland. It is a round structure with a small walled enclosure, and its name may have been derived from Dún na Gabhair, meaning "the fort of the rounded hills" or the "Fort of the Goats".
Currently, Doonagore Castle is a private holiday home, and it is inaccessible to the public. It sits on a hill overlooking Doolin Point and is used, along with a nearby higher radio mast, as a navigational point by boats approaching Doolin Pier. The castle is located in the townland of Doonagore, parish of Killilagh, County Clare, and is sometimes considered to be situated in the area known as the Burren.
November 4th, 2023
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