Ruins of a Franciscan monastery
Ross Errilly Friary is a medieval Franciscan monastery located about a mile northwest of Headford, County Galway. It is a national monument of Ireland and is one of the best preserved medieval monasteries in the country. Although residents usually refer to it as „Ross Abbey“, it is not technically correct because the community has never had an abbot. Nevertheless, I can recommend this place for a short stop. Admission is free and you can walk and see the entire building in all its majestic size.
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