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Dungarvan - Photos

The Bridge
Causeway Bridge In the1830's, the Duke of Devonshire undertook a major urban renewal project for Dungarvan. His builders created the modern square and stone bridge connecting Abbeyside to the town.
The Harbour
Band Hall The harbour at the mouth of the Colligan River has become a popular haven for local and visiting boaters.
The Lookout
Lookout on Bay The town Park at the Lookout provides a well lit, open area overlooking Dungarvan Bay.
The Park
Tourism Office
The Court House The County Court House has been refurbished and now houses Dungarvan Tourism.
The Square
The Square Dungarvan was redesigned by the Duke of Devonshire in the early 1800's. The richest man in England at the time, the Duke bought up and tore down the warren of small medieval houses in the center of Dungarvan. The resulting Square became the open center of town.
Colorful Square
The Shopping Streets
Main Street

Radiating from the Square are the four main shopping streets of Dungarvan. They retain, amidst the bustle of shoppers and modern stores, a quaint and pleasing feel. Main Street (Parnell Street) on the top looks toward the medieval Market House and castle (soon to be reopened!) Mary Street below looks uphill toward the large parish church called, appropriately, Saint Mary's.

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