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The tombs at Newgrange and Knowth can be visited on a guided tour, while you can enter Dowth under your own steam. Drogheda has a top-notch art gallery that opened in a former Franciscan church in , as well as a formidable barbican and a hill-top fort, now home to a museum about the town. This circular mound has a diameter of 80 metres and is ringed by 97 kerbstones, the most decorative of which is the astonishing Entrance Stone, etched with spirals. Standing in the cruciform chamber you can see how the prehistoric builders layered the slabs on top of each other until the chamber could be sealed with a capstone.
During the excavations in the s and 70s the cremated remains of five people were recovered from the basin stones in the chamber. The entrances to the tombs at Knowth have marvellous stone settings made with granite and quartz. That main mound has an eastern and western tomb and is traced by kerbstones, many of which have mysterious spirals and lozenges.
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More than pieces of Megalithic art have been found at Knowth, contributing a third of the total in all of Western Europe. The eastern passage of the main mound is incredible, at 40 metres in length and reaching a height of six metres. At the end is a cruciform chamber with three recesses and hollow basin stones, where cremated human remains would likely have been kept.
The decoration is less ornate at Dowth, but there are still 15 carved kerbstones visible, including a special example on the last stone on the right hands side of the passage to Dowth North. Source: facebook. After the Franciscans departed Drogheda in following a year stay in the town they donated their church to the municipality.
The northeast of Ireland had been in need of a cultural space, and the church and part of its friary were remodelled into an airy, open-plan gallery that opened in When this article was written in spring there was a collaborative painting, sculpture, print and film exhibition; Landmarks and Lifeforms by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne. In terms of numbers more than 60, men deployed , it was the largest battle ever fought on Irish soil.
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The visitor centre is in Oldbridge House, a grand 18th-century property on the battleground, and tells you everything you need to know about the battle and the two warring monarchs. This was constructed from local limestone and has a soaring bell tower and a high gable above a stunning rose window.
The church has over 40 stained glass windows, and an array of beautiful carvings, on the facade, along the aisles and on the marble high altar. But most compelling of all is the shrine of St Oliver Plunkett, the Catholic Archbishop of Drogheda and Jesuit, hanged, drawn and quartered during the Popish Plot in He was the last Catholic to be martyred in England and his remains were brought back to Drogheda after his death. Controlling the eastern entrance to the town, St Laurence Gate is the most striking reminder of the walls that once enveloped Drogheda.