Tuesday 25 March 2008


Postmarked Aonach (Nenagh), dated 1976.
From the back of the card:
Nenagh, which is the chief town of North Tipperary, lies in a fertile plain bordered on the south by the Silvermine Mountains and on the west by the Arra Mountains. Nenagh Castle has one of the finest circular keeps in Ireland. It originally formed part of the larger castle which was built about AD 1200 by Theobald Fitzwalter. Nenagh offers the visitor a variety of beauty plus the opportunity of seeing important antiquities and magnificent ruins.

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