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The imposing ruins of the cathedral are worth exploring, perhaps on the way to or from the Dingle Peninsula. Much of what remains is from the 11th to 15th century and therefore includes some good examples of Irish Romanesque architecture, (although many details in red sandstone have eroded a great deal). In addition to the main church, the churchyard also contains two smaller chapels, the more interesting one being the Romanesque Teampall na Hoe. The cathedral's south transept has been restored and houses a visitors' centre and exhibition.
Written Nov 10, 2010
Address: 9km north-west of Tralee on R551