Annagh Church, Tralee

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Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Annagh Church is a medieval church and National Monument in County Kerry, Ireland.
Annagh Church is located at the north end of Annagh burial ground, 3.6 km (2.2 mi) southwest of Tralee, on the south side of Tralee Bay.
The church dates to the 12th–15th centuries. There are many ancient sites in the area: Tonakilla Fort, a ringfort and standing stones.
The doorway is unusual in Ireland, with drip-moulding completely around it, making it similar to the Anglo-Norman style.
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  • The church mentioned as suitable for weddings is further west on the Dingle road and is called Curraheen church.  more »
  • Annagh is a lovely townland just outside Blennerville,m Tralee, Co. Kerry. On any day you can stand there and listen to the curlew and the call of the seabirds as they fly in across Tralee Bay from...  more »

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